Mar 8, 2015

Jon Stewart Catches Netanyahu for Repeating What He Said About Iran From 1996 While Others Reminds Us He Helped Dick Cheney Mislead Us Into A War With Iraq

Related: Why Prime Minister Of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, Can't Be Trusted

The Daily Show - Without consulting with the White Hour beforehand, Speaker of the House John Boehner invites Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to appear before Congress. (9:52)

In Netantyahu's speech he said Iraq would be close to a bomb...

Jon Stewart asks why Netanyahu didn't bring this up earlier;

Jon Stewart remember that Netanyahu did warn about Iran before... in 1996! i.e. Netanyahu has been claiming imminent danger for almost 2 decades. Clearly he's doing with Iraq what Cheney did with Iraq.

To top it off, Netanyahu helped Dick Cheney in lying about Iraq as well!

Netanyahu reprises 2002 Iraq alarm with Iran warning to Congress - Rachel Maddow reminds viewers of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's 2002 testimony to Congress about Iraq WMDs as context for his speech on Iran as members of Congress made an unprecedented spectacle of showing allegiance to a foreign head of state.

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Cheney's Playbook: Netanyahu makes his case to Congress After weeks of anticipation and controversy, the Israeli Prime Minister argued that a nuclear deal with Iran would embolden the regime to acquire the bomb.

More About The Netanyahu Controversy With Al Sharpton

The Netanyahu controversy - Pres. Obama is speaking out about the controversial speech to Congress tomorrow from the Israeli Prime Minister. Today, Netanyahu tried to downplay the mess around the speech. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Jan Schakowsky and Dana Milbank for more.

Netanyahu vs. Pres. Obama on a nuclear Iran - Pres. Obama is setting the record straight after a controversial speech on Iran from Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. Rev. Sharpton talks with Rep. John Yarmuth and Rep. Brad Sherman about the president’s remarks.

Like Jon Stewart point out above, there is nothing new in what Netanyahu said. He's been saying it since 1996.

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Bibi's Big Adventure - The Media Comeback Kid - When Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to Congress prompts dueling ads in The New York Times, Aasif Mandvi sees an opportunity for print media to become profitable. (3:47)

[Updated Jan 6, 2020]

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