Donald Trump an anti-Semite? His supporters scoff that he has a Jewish (by Orthodox conversion) daughter, son-in-law, and three grandchildren, and that he played a major role in the 2004 Salute to Israel Parade.

But The Times of Israel has posted a “timeline” of the Trump anti-Semitism controversies and asked readers to “be the judge.” The timeline leaves this reader -- an expat American observing the Old Country’s affairs from southern Israel -- worried. I am less worried about Trump being an anti-Semite than about his not seeming averse to using others’ anti-Semitism as an electoral asset.