‘I think it’s wrong’: Nancy Pelosi knocks Netanyahu Congress invitation on CNN

U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) walks to a democratic caucus meeting to nominate their own candidate for the next Speaker of the House, after Kevin McCarthy was ousted as Speaker, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., October 10, 2023. (photo credit: REUTERS/Leah Millis )
Published June 8, 2024

Netanyahu was officially invited last week by US House Speaker Mike Johnson to speak before both houses of Congress in Washington. It was later confirmed that his address will take place on July 24.

Former US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, sharply criticized the invitation extended to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before Congress next month during an interview with Dana Bash on CNN on Thursday. 

“Absolutely not, I think it’s wrong. To be honest, I did not approve of his invitation last time, but the speaker alone invited him without consulting,” Pelosi stated towards the beginning of the interview. “He came and criticized President Obama, and I thought it was completely inappropriate. I feel it is very sad that he was invited, but who knows by then – will he still be Prime Minister?”

“What’s Benny Gantz going to say tomorrow? Everything I read says that they’re unhappy over there. Unhappy about this, unhappy about that,” she said referring to Benny Gantz’s official press release that will take place on Saturday night- the night of his ultimatum for leaving the government which he gave to Netanyahu a few weeks ago.


SOURCE: www.jerusalempost.com

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The former speaker tells CNN the Israeli PM’s speech will ‘draw protesters’ to Capitol Hill

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s invitation to speak to Congress next month. (Screenshot/CNN)
Published June 7, 2024

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., spoke out against the invitation sent to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to Congress next month, declaring, “This is wrong.”

During an appearance on CNN Friday, Pelosi, when asked whether she would have invited Netanyahu to speak if she was still speaker, replied, “Absolutely not.”

“I think this is wrong,” Pelosi told CNN’s Dana Bash. “Frankly, I didn’t approve of his being invited the last time [in 2015] but the speaker just on his own invited him without consulting with the rest of the leadership. And it came and he criticized President Obama for the masterful work that he had done with the nuclear agreement regarding Iran to stop them from developing a nuclear weapon. And I thought it was completely inappropriate.

“I feel it’s very sad that he has been invited, but who knows by then- will he still be prime minister? What is Benny Gantz going to be saying tomorrow? What’s happening? Everything I read is that they’re unhappy about this or unhappy about that. Not just Benny, but other members of his cabinet,” Pelosi continued. “I wish that he would be a statesman and do what is right for Israel. We all love Israel. We all fought for Israel. October 7 was terrible. Hamas is a terrorist organization. They’re dedicated to the destruction of Israel. The hostages are not free. The people of Gaza are suffering. We need to help them not have him stand in the way of that for such a long time, him being Benjamin Netanyahu.”

“I think it’s going to invite more of what we have seen in terms of discontent among our own people about what’s happening there. Let’s try to have a two-state solution to make peace in the region rather than coming to the Capitol to draw protesters,” she added.


SOURCE: www.foxnews.com

RELATED: Nancy Pelosi blasts ‘very sad’ Netanyahu invite to address Congress: ‘I think this is wrong’

Netanyahu is expected to address a joint meeting of Congress on July 24.POOL/AFP via Getty Images
Published June 7, 2024

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi argued Friday that it was a mistake for Congressional leaders to extend an invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address lawmakers next month.

“I think this is wrong,” Pelosi (D-Calif.) told CNN of the 74-year-old Israeli leader’s expected address to a joint meeting of Congress on July 24.

“I feel it’s very sad that he has been invited,” the 84-year-old added.

Pelosi, who led House Democrats for two decades before stepping aside in January 2023, went on to say that she would “absolutely not” have invited Netanyahu had she still been in charge — noting that she opposed the last request for the Israeli head of government to address Congress, extended in 2015 by then-Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).

Among other objections, the former speaker questioned whether Netanyahu would still be in power by the time he is due to speak.

“Everything I read is that they’re unhappy about this or unhappy about that. Not just [Israeli minister without portfolio Benny Gantz], but other members of his cabinet,” said Pelosi, before suggesting that Netanyahu should resign over his conduct of the Jewish state’s war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.


SOURCE: www.nypost.com


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