Biden praises Schumer’s ‘anti-Netanyahu’ speech calling for new elections as Israel fumes over remarks

Published March 16, 2024

United States President Joe Biden, on Friday (Mar 15) praised Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s speech criticising Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which he also called for new elections in Israel. The speech has since garnered criticism from Israeli officials and the country’s media with some calling it a “watershed” moment for relations between Tel Aviv and Washington. 

Good speech’

“He made a good speech, and I think he expressed serious concern shared not only by him, but by many Americans,” said the US president during a meeting with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in the Oval Office, when asked about the Democratic Senator’s speech. 



RELATED: Republican Jewish Coalition: Schumer Crossed ‘Red Line’

Published March 14,  2024

A political group supporting Jewish Republicans lashed out Thursday at Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s call for Israel to hold new elections and oust Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu amid the continued bombardment of Gaza.

In a stinging response to Schumer’s “anti-Israel speech,” Republican Jewish Coalition leader Matt Brooks declared the New Yorker had “crossed a real red line.”

“As Israel continues to righteously fight to defend itself from barbaric terrorists, the most powerful Democrat in Congress knifed the Jewish state in the back,” a RJC statement said — deriding the Schumer speech as having “demanded that Israel’s democratically-elected government be evicted from power and replaced by one more to his liking.”

“Sen. Schumer crossed a real red line,” the statement said. “It is outrageous and unacceptable to meddle in Israel’s domestic politics by demanding that a democratic ally hold elections on our timetable, particularly when the Jewish state is fighting for its very survival.”



RELATED: With Schumer’s Israel remarks, the American gloves are off

The ‘hug in public, push in private’ strategy for Israel by the Biden administration and its allies is over.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. “The Netanyahu coalition no longer fits the needs of Israel after Oct. 7,” Schumer said. | Francis Chung/POLITICO
Published March 15, 2024

The Biden administration and its allies used to reserve their criticisms of Israel for private conversations. No longer.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s floor speech Thursday, criticizing Israel for failing to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and calling for a new election there, served as the capstone to a monthslong U.S. pressure campaign that has moved from the shadows into the public sphere. For Schumer, a typically pro-Israel voice and the highest-ranking Jewish official in American history, to make such comments is a green light for any Israel critic to say their piece.

Schumer’s remarks, which he shared beforehand with the White House, come as the Biden administration has intensified its public criticism of Israel’s retaliation against Hamas. Initial full-throated defenses have given way to calls for a six-week cease-fire, the prompt release of hostages held by militants and a greater emphasis on civilian protection.

Together, it’s a signal that sympathetic figures like President Joe Biden and Schumer have lost patience with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the war he has led in response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack, the single deadliest day for Jews since the Holocaust.




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