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Israel-US Relations / U.N. Vote / Obama Policy / A Discussion #1105486

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 23, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Elise Labbot) The fallout from the US refusal to veto the U.N. vote against Israeli settlements in the Israeli-occupied territories that is a parting shot from President Obama to the Israeli president about the settlement issue, the involvement of President-elect Donald Trump in foreign policy issues before he takes office discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with Woodrow Wilson scholar global affairs analyst Aaron Miller & Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer about Obama, the U.N. & Israel. [MILLER, ZELIZER - offer views on Obama's position on Middle East policy & his legacy & the resulting consequences when Trump comes in, how this is a bold move by the president, how Trump will make changes in policy with closer coordination with Israel.]

Berman, John;
Labbot, Elise

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