Israeli PM Netanyahu slams Obama During Trump meeting (VIDEO)
President Trump makes his first visit as president to hot spots.
No sense letting grass grow under your feet, when the clock ticks.
So after leaving Saudi Arabia, where President Trump received a King’s welcome he jetted off to Tel Aviv, Israel. The flight from Riyadh to Tel Aviv on Monday was believed to be the first direct flight between Saudi Arabia and Israel.
As the Egyptian president said of President Trump, “a unique personality that is capable of doing the impossible.”
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Upon President Trump’s arrival in Tel Aviv, he was greeted with the smiling faces of many Israelis and one jubilant Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. You know that during the campaign Netanyahu sweated like a Chihuahua passing a peach pit. For Israel, a Trump victory was a must.
No sweeter prize could have come to the Israeli people than the election of Trump.
A close second involves never having to deal with Obama again.
The acrimony between Netanyahu and Obama stretches back to the beginning…of Obama’s Muslim life. And when Obama became president, his disdain for Jews was evident.
And now that Obama is gone, and more importantly, insignificant, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took advantage of having the world stage to let people know exactly how he feels about America’s LGBTQ metrosexual Israel-hating president.
In his remarks at the joint presses to welcome POTUS 45, Netanyahu too an obvious shot at former President Obama:
“I want to tell you how much we appreciate the reassertion of American leadership in the Middle East.”
You can bet the Left will attempt some spin in favor of Obama by Netanyahu’s remarks. However, they were in no way complimentary.
Netanyahu was well aware that Barack Obama detested him and Israel. Obama spent taxpayer dollars to try to unseat the Israeli PM to no avail.
Obama doesn’t like competent leaders, and particularly those with a military background. Those leaders intimidated Barry, making him feel insignificant. Barry likes weak people around him as his cabinet suggested.
The results were quite predictable.
Under Obama, America suffered through an embarrassing foreign policy.
Both Clinton and Kerry were ineffectual, and the world is less safe due to them.
President Trump’s meeting with the Saudi King Salman showcased what happens when men respect one another. The world undoubted understand the palpable difference between Trump and Obama, from the moment the Saudi king greeted President Trump. The world has a terror-free future on the horizon.
Perhaps Donald Trump is “a unique personality that is capable of doing the impossible.” Leftists including the media are awestruck at the greeting President Trump received. They are even more bewildered by Trump’s skills as a negotiator and to get people to bend to his will.
After all, wasn’t Obama supposed to bring world peace? Trump came closer to that “impossibility” moreso in one day than Obama did in 8 years.
Maybe Trump can do the impossible and broker a deal between Israel and the Arab world. Or maybe not. But what he will do is get them to leave their problems outside of the United States.