In social media video, PM Netanyahu gloats about Iran deal

Prime Minister Netanyahu released a video in which criticizers of his UN speech are proven dead wrong regarding his understanding of American politics.

October 14, 2017 21:04
In social media video, PM Netanyahu gloats about Iran deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York, US, September 19, 2017. (photo credit: REUTERS/LUCAS JACKSON)


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a video on social media on Saturday, gloating about his UN speech warning against the Iran nuclear deal, which US President Trump 'de-certified' on Friday.

The clips of his speech are followed by videos of media personalities and politicians claiming that Netanyahu is detached from reality and does not understand or follow American interests.

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This ends with footage of US President Donald Trump announcing he will not re-certify the agreement, which, in a roundabout way, presents Netanyahu as the 'winner' in the face of a crowd of naysayers. After Trump's announcement that he will not re-certify the deal, the matter is now in the hands of Congress – that will need to decide if they want to set a new American course in regards to Iran.

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