Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Reactions to Netanyahu's Historical Speech to Congress

Click Here to watch the full video of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the US Congress, Tuesday morning, March 3, 2015.

President Obama reacts to Isralie Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the U.S. Congress.

Guests Michael Smerconish and Newt Gingrich offer their assessments of Netanyahu's address, specifically in regards to Iranian nuclear talks

New York State Assemblyman of thr 48th district joins Steve to discuss Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress with Steve Malzberg.

CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports on the reaction from the White House to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress.

Netanyahu's Address - Mark Levin & Lt Col Ralph Peters weigh in on the Hannity Show on Fox News.

Danny Danon on CNN

How damaging was Netanyahu's speech to Obama

Response to Netanyahu's Speech - One America's DC team gives response to Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech.

Obama: Netanyahu Speech Didn't Offer Any 'Viable Alternatives'  Full Video

Democrats who opposed Benjamin Netanyahu‘s speech today held a press conference after Netanyahu spoke, and Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) wasted no time in “thanking” both John Boehner and Netanyahu for the “political theater” they brought to the nation’s capital.

American political commentator and news anchor Chris Matthews: Netanyahu Tried to ‘Take Over’ U.S. Foreign Policy Today

Pelosi said she was saddened by Benjamin Netanyahu's speech as it was an insult to the intelligence of the U-S as part of the P-five-plus-one group negotiating with Iran.

Congressman Marsha Blackburn joins Chris Matthews on Hardball to discuss Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to a Joint Session of Congress and her also her vote against the 'clean' DHS funding bill that does nothing to combat President Obama's executive amnesty. (March 3, 2015)

Fox News Anchor, Neil Cavuto asks presidential historian, Doug Wead, to provide some perspective on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the Joint Session of the U.S. Congress. Wead predicts it will be a great moment of history.Politically, he compares it to the appearance of Douglas MacArthur who had just been fired by President Truman but was invited in by Congress anyway. But Wead says that the issues Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu raises transcend any political consideration. Wead tells Cavuto that there have been 100 of these moments of Heads of State addressing a Joint Session "but nothing like this." Netanyahu warns that the deal America is proposing to Iran will pave the way for her to have nuclear weapons in ten years.

Neturei Karta Members Protest at US Capital. Against Netanyahu's Address to US Congress in DC 03/03/15.

Protest of Support in Washington

PM Netanyahu Meets Senate Leaders in Washington

Early Tuesday morning Jeremy Ben-Ami and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Face Off - At a time when Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech is causing rifts in the pro-Israel community, Jeremy Ben-Ami thanks Rabbi Boteach for giving the community something to unity around: condemnation of his vulgar ad attacking Ambassador Susan Rice.

In an exclusive interview with Reuters on Monday March 2, U.S. President Obama reaffirms support for Israel while speaking out against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's scheduled Iran speech before Congress.

March 2, 2015 - The relationship between President Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu has notoriously been a very fraught one, but Rush Limbaugh invoked Ferguson and Obama’s approach to it on his radio show today to explain that relationship. He believes that just like in Ferguson, the Obama administration is trying to “poison the jury pool” ahead of Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. Limbaugh called it “despicable” and said the only reason Obama isn’t a “footnote in history” is because of the media.

And then Limbaugh said this:

You look at how Obama has treated and does treat Netanyahu, you would think that Netanyahu was a white policeman from Ferguson, Missouri. I mean, that’s the conclusion that you would come to. Or that he was one of the cops that choked Eric Garner, or he was one of the jurors in the Trayvon Martin case.

The full interview with  Reuters.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe to Bibi Netanyahu: "Don't Be Intimidated" - Newly elected Knesset Member Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Rebbe: I had much satisfaction from your first speech in the Knesset. Continue along this approach, for it is the best path to avoid war. You will have to struggle with 119 others in the Knesset, but surely you won't be intimidated, because G-d is on this side. 2 Iyar 5748 - April 19, 1988. From Living Torah Volume 67, Program 267.

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