Reporter's Note: President Obama met Friday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Perhaps they shared some of my letters over lunch. Although…um…I’m not betting on that.
Dear Mr. President,
Not trying to be a Debbie Downer, but from a distance your meeting with the Israeli PM looked…how shall I put this? More tense than a cat on a roller coaster.
Seriously, when he was going on about what he will accept and what he can not accept, you looked like you wanted to jump up and break a vase. I kept thinking, “This president doesn’t like being lectured.” But then, who does? At least you were being lectured on something that, to be frank, we could almost all learn a lot more about.
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