BREAKING: Why has Katie Hobbs ceased being governor of Arizona until tomorrow morning?
Tucker on X: Bill O’Reilly is NOT doing it live
Kamala Harris-endorsed MN Freedom Fund board chair charged with fentanyl possession
LCS Game Changers: Move over ladies, the gamer dudes will take it from...
GOP Rep. Burchett levels guy that asks him if he supports 'Trump’s call...
You have to watch this ad from Mission: Democracy about conservatives
GOP debate vs. Trump rally … who's watching?
Harry Sisson's birthday wish goes HILARIOUSLY awry
Writer who explains complex information explains how wire transfers work
Pillow talk screenshot with Matt Gaetz seems to prove Cassidy Hutchinson lied ......
Why don't they take millionaire Target CEO's income and hire more security guards?
BREAKING: Read the letter from Burisma and Hunter Biden to the Ukrainian prosecutor
White House spokesman excusing Hunter Biden's 'period of turmoil' comes back for more...
WaPo makes startling discovery: Texas has a lot of guns
Senate passes Manchin-Romney SHORTS Resolution - John Fetterman will have to dress up...

Tweeters not sure what to make of Iranian president's Rosh Hashana tweet

With Jews around the world beginning their celebration of Rosh Hashana, wishes for a sweet new year have come in from a surprising source:


That’s Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s new president.

His Rosh Hashana tweet is a far cry from the sentiments expressed by his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Reactions across the Twitterverse are mixed, with many applauding Rouhani’s more “moderate” message to Jews:


No one, huh? Actually, quite a few tweeters are at the very least skeptical of Rouhani’s sincerity:


Others are just not feeling Rouhani. At all:

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Twitchy Videos