Hillary attacks Netanyahu in meeting with Israeli hostage families

 December 23, 2023

On Thursday, former Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton employed a meeting with the families of Israeli hostages to launch an attack against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

This action drew criticism, with some describing it as a "revolting and disgusting" thing for her to do, as Breitbart News reported.

According to a report by Israeli news website Ynet Clinton urged the detainees' relatives to exert pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Meeting

As reported by attendees of the meeting, she informed the families that Netanyahu is preoccupied solely with "politics and personal political survival" and that the government is more concerned with securing Knesset seats than with the well-being of the hostages.

“As long as the hostages are not the main and primary target for Israel, then everything that I or President Biden say or do is of little value,” Clinton told them, according to participants in the meeting.

Clinton has been at the forefront of advocacy and support for Israel since the opening of the conflict. During the family gathering, she expressed her disapproval of Netanyahu and his government without hesitation.

As per their account, Clinton acknowledged being aware of substantial endeavors to negotiate a "Christmas deal," but emphasized that the Israeli government and Hamas are the ultimate decision-makers. She vowed to continue working to ensure the realization of that agreement.

Democrat History With Israel

For decades, Democrats have been preoccupied with the idea of removing Netanyahu from his position.

This is primarily due to the fact that Netanyahu has a tendency to oppose Democratic Party policy in the Middle East, and he is typically correct in his opposition.

To show his support for Netanyahu's opponent in the Israeli elections that took place in 1999, President Bill Clinton officially intervened in the elections.

Both President Joe Biden's endeavor to restore the corrupt and radical Palestinian Authority to Gaza and President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran have been met with opposition from Netanyahu, who returned to office in 2009.

Netanyahu has publicly rejected both of these initiatives. In spite of the fact that Israelis have put politics aside during the conflict and that President Joe Biden has been friendly with Netanyahu for the past several months,

This comes after the current president has avoided him for more than half a year, and Democrats continue to be obsessed with and attack the Israeli prime minister. Netanyahu was even attacked by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) during a speech about antisemitism in the Senate last month.

Schumer claimed that Netanyahu backed "militant" settlements in the West Bank, which is a baseless claim that has nothing to do with the Gaza war.

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