Just because the President of the U.S. says something, doesn't make it so. We understand the President and where he came from and his background and who he was influenced by, so it is important to be alert to his agenda. He is wrong in his policies and especially ones regarding Israel. So, when someone is misinformed even when it is the President, it is important to say so loud and clear, even though it may hurt his ego. The sonderkommandos surrounding and advising the President are highly suspect in why they do what they do, expecially when it is diametrically oposed to the democratically elected government of Israel. The President is on the wrong track as well as his Jewish advisers such as Indyk when it comes to peace making in the middle east.
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PM asked for clarification of deputy IDF chief's speech comparing Israel to 1930s Germany (Haaretz)
from the article: Indyk: If Israel manages alone, it can decide alone