Donald Trump
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at an event at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in South Carolina on 24 November 2015 Randall Hill/Reuters

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has managed to offend yet another group of people, after he delivered a bizarre speech to the Republican Jewish Coalition in Washington. In his address to the crowd, Trump repeatedly made offensive and stereotypical remarks about Jews, and he was met with boos by the pro-Israel organisation after he refused to say whether he thought Jerusalem should be the undivided capital of Israel.

"I'm in a different position to the other candidates, because I'm the one candidate - I don't want any of your money," Trump said, intervening against himself just 47 seconds in. "I want your support, but I don't want your money," he continued. Congratulating himself on his perceived successes, Trump said: "I've been sometimes criticised because I've received so many awards from Jewish groups and they look at my wall - it's loaded up, but now the Christians are catching up, I have to tell you. My Christians are liking me a lot lately."

Trump's speech was peppered with an assortment of Jewish stereotyping as he desperately tried to communicate his points. "I'm a negotiator, like you folks," Trump said as he attempted to criticise the nuclear deal with Iran.

The Grand Old Party (GOP) front runner also told the audience: "Stupidly, you want to give money....You're not going to support me because I don't want your money." In a desperate attempt to connect with the crowd, Trump again circled back to money and said: "Is there anyone in this room who doesn't negotiate deals? Probably more than any room I've ever spoken."

Trump did enjoy some moments after he was applauded for pro-Israel comments, as well as jibes directed at Obama and Democratic presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders.