The Biden-Bibi Breaking Point

Early last month, I described Benjamin Netanyahu as "an intolerable liability." The White House, I suggested, should "cut him loose." A month later, Joe Biden did just that. "I've made it clear to Bibi and the war cabinet: They're not going to get our support if in fact they go on these population centers," Biden told CNBC escapee Erin Burnett, who jumped ship to CNN 13 years ago this month. "These population centers" was (obviously) a reference to Rafah, where nearly half of Gaza's population

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  1. Yes, it is tragically ironic.

    And, given the circumstances I think Biden’s doing a decent job, forgetting his role in America’s foreign policy’s sordid past.

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