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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The critical Tweet from President-elect Donald Trump about the U.N. after the vote against settlements in the Israeli-occupied territories that was not vetoed by the US introduced; Tweet quoted.
(Studio: Elise Labbot) The attack from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu against President Obama in the U.N. vote issue reviewed. [NETANYAHU - says the White House advanced the U.N. resolution vote.] [Deputy national security adviser Ben RHODES- criticizes Israel.] [Israeli Ambassador to US Ron DERMER- criticizes the US.] [NETANYAHU - lauds the new administration.] Trump's Tweets about Israel quoted & the Palestinian hopes about a peace deal under Trump discussed.
(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's "The Atlantic"'s Peter Beinart & David Gergen about US-Israel relations & policy. [GERGEN, BEINART - offer views on how the US reversal of vetoing resolutions to protect Israel is a big deal, Obama's view of the two-state solution, concerns abut Trump's strategic sense in foreign policy, how there will be pressure on Israel for taking lands from Palestinians.]
- Sciutto, Jim;
- Labbot, Elise
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