Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu needed to “contain himself” and stop criticizing President Barack Obama’s proposed nuclear deal with Iran.
Feinstein said, “I don’t think it’s helpful for Israel to come out and oppose this one opportunity to change a major dynamic, which is downhill, a downhill dynamic in this part of the world.”
Specifically speaking about the prime minister, Feinstein said, “Well, I think he’s said what he’s had to say, and to be candid with you, this can back backfire on him. I wish that he would contain himself because he has put out no real alternative. In his speech to the Congress, no real alternative. Since then, no real alternative.”
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