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The former Israeli Ambassador to the USA says that President Obama has a BIG problem… with America!
Speaking to Breitbart News last week, Oren recalled his impressions of Dreams. Obama said “nothing good about America” in his memoir, Oren says. Here was a man “without a word of praise or gratitude to America”–and yet “no one was listening” to what Obama truly believed.
“That said a lot to me about where America was” when Obama was elected, Oren recalls.
The GOP is moving forward with a brilliant counter-offensive in the ‘war on women.’ Senators Cory Gardner and Kelly Ayotte are working to improve the GOP’s standing with American women.
NBC’s Chuck Todd had some sad words for the GOP when he heard that Trump was again running for President.
“I feel bad for the rest of the Republican field,” Todd said Wednesday on MSNBC. “Behind the scenes you have a party apparatus, you have candidates who hope that he doesn’t run, who basically are treating him like the skunk at the garden party. And you know, if he’s standing there on stage next to the next Republican nominee and they have to answer for things that he said … I think it’s a potential to embarrass the future nominee, having him on stage.”
Bill Nye tried to scaremonger on climate change earlier this week, and he was roundly criticized and mocked by meteorologists from all over the country! Pretty epic.
— Joe Bastardi (@BigJoeBastardi) June 16, 2015
People around the Clintons have long been worried about the Clinton’s mental health because of their paranoid obsession with a “right wing conspiracy.”