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Huckabee: Obama's "Extraordinary Disdain" For Israel Comes From "Identity With, Sympathy" For Middle East Nations “I think he resents the strength of Israel.”
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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says President Obama has "extraordinary disdain" for Israel and such disdain originates from his own sense of identity and sympathy for the "other Middle Eastern nations."
Huckabee added that Obama resents the "strength of Israel" and re-elected prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Huckabee made the comments on NewsMaxTV's Steve Malzberg Show in response to the host asking why President Obama has such "extraordinary disdain" for Israel.
"It's hard for me to understand that. The only thing I can fathom is he has an extraordinary sense of identity with, sympathy for, many of the other Middle Eastern nations," Huckabee, a possible 2016 candidate, said.
"I think he resents the strength of Israel. I think he resents very much the strength of Benjamin Netanyahu, who is absolutely forthrigh
The Final, Fitting End To Hillary Clinton's Non-Campaign It was a speech to camp professionals under neon lights in Atlantic City.
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Her rivals spent the day in early-voting states. Scott Walker was in South Carolina, fundraising for local Republicans. Rick Perry was in Iowa, preparing for speeches in three cities. And Jeb Bush was in Georgia, making his fourth trip this month to the key states that decide the presidential primary.
Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, spent Thursday afternoon in the dark, gaping hall of the Atlantic City Convention Center at the Tri-State Camp Conference.
Below electronic screens bearing the word "CAMP" in cartoonish lettering, three thousand camp professionals waited, at times breaking out in dance and chant — "We've got spirit, yes we do! We've got spirit, how bout you?" — before Clinton took the stage to speak about the need for "adult summer camp," the "huge fun deficit in America," and the "enric
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