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If there weren't as far -- So -- -- get a particular -- liberal line journal and now I don't know I don't think so you can every hour worked for Reagan.
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And he'll bring you know him and he'll be during a -- -- my wife.
Did -- are part of the great American panel -- nine so that's stray so I ran Ngo world I would -- -- coming out of the building because I don't want me throws.
Lot of history if Rodgers and watch him read and -- and it doesn't take anything.
And I -- is something and an iron and a summer you were we were chatting.
And -- was only half listening new loans to remember when it was right right.
-- start -- through your take on the president's comments.
Nobody Israel and the Palestinian police -- of sexism borders.
-- I think he threw Israel under the bus.
I'm but I think he did a very deliberately.
You know what nobody expects these 1967 borders as a starting point for negotiations -- -- an hour.
So the question -- is why did he do it.
I think if you look at the press conference that Netanyahu.
And the president had in the Oval Office it's like a scene out of abortionist.
You -- -- president elected Netanyahu with contempt.
And the Israeli President looked with concern.
I think what Obama's trying to do is either forests or regime change in Israel trying to get a prime minister that he thinks he can deal with.
Or I think what he's doing is setting it up for this fall.
They'll be a vote at the United Nations to declare Palestine state.
And the -- has historically -- is voted against that.
But it this far Obama could go to the United Nations -- -- -- I tried to you know I try to get negotiations started.
Nothing happened now we declare Palestine state and frankly I think -- there's a war.
You talk to you don't and there's lots of trust some of what came to not an -- with contempt completely growing gap.
Aren't -- annoying -- like they -- at least brought their food testers trying tasters at alliance and have sort of want to -- him some others.
We're all exercised over.
-- -- deception wasn't David has gone on an Oval Office to watch the process.
Which about 1 o'clock and Netanyahu knows that he's got to have the United States is an ally.
He also doesn't think he can defend his country with their border that in the way the president is trying to have the negotiations go.
And you know historically that 1967 borders -- the reason that's important everybody talks about it nobody knows -- the target Iraq is important part 1967 Israel didn't have very much land.
And the Arabs attacked in 1967 is -- counterattack to took a lot of land the most important -- of the land with something called the Golan Heights.
And that's the high point I was there a couple of months ago you stand there you can see Lebanon Syria Jordan Israel.
You see the whole region and whoever controls those Golan Heights controls the region and that I think is what this debate is about.
But back to miners were questioned Richard -- from -- answering and how was to have treatment.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I think he'd do election the president is an appropriate I -- -- he is I would I think he explained in historical context Israel's position.
Prior to that point and going forward now if you think that's a lecture I think it's a plea of a man who's trying to save his country well.
So all but you're subject to -- Don't even know the president talked about -- -- such -- -- -- That's just an opening.
Now the president presented it as if it's an opening -- It's -- -- an opening position the pre 67 borders and as a -- thoughts what's happen.
I don't think he thinks it's gonna go anywhere now maybe even the president said to his advisors -- -- leaked it to the New York Times that he doesn't think Netanyahu is the guy.
Who is willing to make concessions for peace so what does that say to me that the president's looking for a new prime minister that he might be able to deal with what do you think -- As a measurement ever want to -- not a sensible and her.
Turks -- in terms totally because at the end of the day if there's an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians who enforces that.
You know do you think everybody -- that's a part of the world.
Where people have been fighting for 3000 years that delicate peace agreement as the end of the deal they look at the peace agreement as a cessation -- -- In the fighting and -- take appearance again.
So if you're gonna have an agreement between those -- somebody has to enforce that somebody has to physically.
Insert themselves between the Palestinians.
And the Israelis to keep the peace -- who's that going to be.
I think it house are ever going to be and it is -- the Palestinians and Israelis and Palestinians.
But doubled from by Hamas Hamas wants wants no Israel while -- -- Israeli point as well as that -- -- negotiate -- you sit down and negotiate of people whose.
Whose founding principle -- to be extermination of the state of newsroom tough negotiation.
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