Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's controversial speech to Congress on Tuesday and the approval of a bill to extend funding for the Department of Homeland Security by one week are expected to be discussed on this Sunday's news shows. Here are the guest lineups, as compiled by the Associated Press:
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker shared his views on the U.S. economy, the minimum wage, and and the dispute over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s impending speech to Congress during his speech at CPAC. Watch #RealTIME to see what he had to say.
For six years, President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been on a collision course over how to halt Iran's nuclear ambitions, a high-stakes endeavor both men see as a centerpiece of their legacies. Continue reading ? The post Obama, Netanyahu on collision course 6 years in the making appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Even the ever-hawkish Robert Kagan thinks Republicans blew it by inviting Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress: Looking back on it from years hence, will the spectacle of an Israeli prime minister coming to Washington...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jewish House Democrats personally offered Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a chance to lower the political temperature after he accepted a Republican invitation to speak to Congress next week on Iran — a less provocative, closed-door session.
Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is coming to the United States. On Tuesday, he’ll address a joint session of Congress. Netanyahu wants to rally Americans against President Obama’s plan for a nuclear agreement with Iran. He’s coming here at the unilateral invitation of congressional Republicans, in defiance of warnings from the White House.
White House spokesperson Josh Earnest said that the Israeli Prime Minister’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech in US Congress would hardly affect the Iran nuclear negotiations.
Susan Rice, President Obama's National Security Advisor, told TV talk show host Charlie Rose that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming speech before Congress about Iran is "destructive" to the relationship between the United States and Israel.
Benjamin Netanyahu's planned speech to Congress next week has led to much talk of a rift between the Israeli prime minister and the US president, and even between their two countries. Tuesday, national security adviser Susan E. RiceShow More Summary
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is blasting the White House for its continued attacks on his decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a Joint Session of Contress. “The president’s national security adviser says it’s destructive for the prime minister of Israel to address the U.S. Congress,.” […]
• Which members of Congress will not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech next week? I’ll have updates on the controversial address. • More of the latest audio from CPAC. • It’s the Friday Night Free-For-All!
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress on March 3, focusing on the dangers of Iran's nuclear program, and the threat it poses his country. The planned speech is laden with controversy: the White House sees it as a deliberate attempt to undermine U.S. negotiations with Tehran; other critics believe […]
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is clearly right — and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is wrong — about the Iran nuclear negotiations. But the broader and more consequential question of Iran’s place in the world is much more complicated. As I’ve written, I don’t fault Netanyahu for aggressively defending Israel’s interests as he sees [...]Show More Summary
It's a record that members of Congress should ponder on before they leap to applaud for his upcoming address. Next week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will present his case against President Obama's talks with Iran; he is...Show More Summary
This post has been updated. National security adviser Susan Rice denounced Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming address to a joint meeting of Congress, calling it "destructive" to the relationship between the United States and Israel. Show More Summary
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined on Tuesday an invitation to meet with U.S. Senate Democrats during his trip to Washington next week. "Though I greatly appreciate your kind...Show More Summary
This post has been updated. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) became the fourth senator to say he would skip Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned speech to Congress next week, calling its timing "highly inappropriate" shortly after a top White House official called it "destructive" to the relationship between the two countries. "There is no reason […]
The American Muslims for Palestine unveiled its latest ad campaign that uses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s breach of protocol to focus on the detrimental impact our ‘friendship’ with Israel has on the United States.
Will the Arab List with its assumed new clout back a Zionist-left government in order to keep incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his right-wing bloc out of government? Or will Palestinians be politically marginalized, as they traditionally are? Some Frequently Asked Questions about Palestinians and the election.
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Thursday strongly challenged the assertion that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to Congress about nuclear negotiations with Iran would be destructive to U.S.-Israeli relations. “The president’s...