Disaster-Prone Obama Promises to Clean Up the Palestinian Mess He Created Last Year (Video)

Last September President Barack Obama told the United Nations General Assembly that he strongly favored membership of an independent Palestinian state in the UN, saying he hopes that this will be the case.

Today, Barack Obama is going to try to clean up the mess he made last year.
The anti-Israel president is going to pretend like last year’s speech never happened.
The AP reported:

Scrambling to head off a diplomatic clash, President Barack Obama will publicly push for the Palestinians to drop a statehood bid when he addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Wednesday.

Obama will follow up his speech with separate meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders as he seeks to coax both parties back to direct peace talks.

At the same time, U.S. officials are conceding that they probably cannot prevent Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas from moving forward with a request to the U.N. Security Council for full Palestinian membership.

Recognizing that Abbas seems intent to proceed, Obama is expected to privately ask the Palestinian leader to essentially drop the move for statehood recognition after Abbas delivers a formal letter of intent to the U.N. on Friday.

“The president will say, frankly, the same thing in private that he’ll say in public, which is that we do not believe that this is the best course of action for achieving Palestinian aspirations,” White House deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said.

Of course, the AP forgot to mention that Obama created this whole mess.

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