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US-Israel Relations / Kerry, Netanyahu & Trump / A Discussion #1105616

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 28, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The speech from Secretary of State John Kerry about Israel & Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's response introduced. [KERRY - says settlement expansion is not linked to Israeli security.] [NETANYAHU - responds.]

(Washington: Elise Labbot) The war of words between Israel & the US following the failure to veto a U.N. condemnation of Israel about settlements examined. [KERRY - says Netanyahu says he supports a two-state solution, but there is an agenda; defends President Obama's role; says the settlements block peace.] [NETANYAHU†† - responds to the US blocking the U.N. resolution.] Trump & Netanyahu Tweets quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Elise Labbot, Carl Bernstein, Douglas Brinkley & global affairs analyst Aaron Miller about Israeli policy. [LABBOT, MILLER, BERNSTEIN, BRINKLEY - offer views on Kerry's speech in response to Israeli politics, the realities of the US as the Middle East middleman, Israel, a divided democracy & the coming radical change in our government, the history of Middle East peace efforts, Netanyahu's speech today directed to the US audience, the future for the two-state solution.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Labbot, Elise
Duration:
00:11:50

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