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The Obama Morning News || March 24, 2015

White House Chief of Staff to Israel: Get out . . . White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough made clear in a speech to a left-leaning Israel advocacy group that President Obama isn’t letting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu off the hook for his dismissal of a two-state solution. A one-state solution based on unilateral annexation and abandonment of democratic rights for Palestinians, he warned, “would only contribute to Israel’s further isolation.” In other words, he said, more divestment, boycotts and efforts to delegitimize Israel in the international community. “An occupation that has lasted more than 50 years must end,” McDonough said, one of several times he brought the crowd to its feet. Politico

Hillary meets with Obama at the White House . . . “President Obama and Secretary Clinton enjoy catching up in person when their schedules permit,” Earnest said. “This afternoon they met privately for about an hour at the White House and discussed a range of topics.” Politico

Dems increasingly playing the race card on Lynch . . . At a House news conference last Thursday, Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla.) accused Republicans of failing to vote on confirming Loretta Lynch as attorney general because “there is hidden racism rampant.” Brown’s comments came just a day after Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) took to the Senate floor and claimed that Lynch is being “asked to sit in the back of the bus.” CNS News

Dems: Obamacare rule “harmful and disruptive . . . Six Democratic senators and one independent have asked the Department of Health and Human Services to a delay a new rule that would likely force small businesses to pay more for employee health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. The senators warn that if the administration goes ahead with the change it would be “particularly harmful and disruptive” to small businesses. Washington Examiner

FEMA targets climate change “denier” governors . . . The Obama administration has issued new guidelines that could make it harder for governors who deny climate change to obtain federal disaster-preparedness funds. New rules put Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Pat McCrory, Greg Abbott in bind. Washington Times

Zimmerman blames Obama for racial tensions . . . George Zimmerman, acquitted of murder charges in the shooting death of an unarmed black teen in Florida, said in a videotaped interview that President Barack Obama stoked racial tensions in the case. Reuters

Afghan president wants U.S. troops to stay longer . . .  A request by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani for “flexibility” in President Obama’s timetable for the departure of U.S. troops is under active consideration, and will be a focus of talks at the White House on Tuesday. CNS News

Iran deal deadline arrives – but still no deal . . . The March 24 deadline set by negotiators working on an Iranian nuclear agreement has arrived, and no “political framework agreement“ has yet been reached. A group of ten Senate Democrats stated in a Jan. 27 letter to President Obama that if no agreement is reached by the agreed upon deadline of March 24 they would support legislation that would impose additional sanctions on Iran. Washington Free Beacon

10 thoughts on “The Obama Morning News || March 24, 2015”

  1. The anti-semites in the White House will destroy Israel either internally, or by allowing the Palestinians to take over, or by allowing Iran to destroy it.

    I know we helped with the Iron Dome. But that doesn’t mean that they want Israel to be a Jewish State.

    in their mind, if Israel was gone they’d have less problems on their plate.

  2. Hillary has gone on the Comedy Tour, her appearance yesterday with some press corp (more like press corpse!) she threw a bunch of one-liners out as if she were on Johnny Carson waiting to be called over to the chair. It’s thoroughly awful and unprofessional. If she’s going to run a campaign, get on with it gal. Otherwise, get off the pot and go knit booties.

      1. Here’s why Hillary went to Obama: to beg him to call off the dogs. She promised she would never, ever, make a public statement that suggested she didn’t agree 1000 percent with everything he ever said or did as President. Remember how Hillary was making little comments about how she might have “done things” differently than Obama? She paid a mighty big price for that. She learned her lesson.

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