What a top U.S. diplomat really thought of Netanyahu — from the Hillary e-mail stashIn the e-mail to then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Indyk said Netanyahu was missing a historic opportunity to close a deal with the Palestinians because he was obsessed with preserving his ruling coalition, feared being branded a sucker and erroneously thought himself the consummate wheeler-dealer in a Middle East bazaar.... “At heart, he seems to lack a generosity of spirit,” Indyk wrote in his September 2010 read on Netanyahu. “This combines with his legendary fear of being seen as a ‘freier’ (sucker) in front of his people to create a real problem in the negotiations, especially because he holds most of the cards.” Indyk wrote that Netanyahu saw himself as a wily negotiator in the 2010 peace talks with the Palestinians when instead he “uses up a lot of goodwill” that “raises doubts about his seriousness.”
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OK, there's no guarantee that a victorious Republican won't trust the same sort of advisers or even taken on Indyk, whom I consider one of the most dangerous around. There is no one more dangerous for the State of Israel than a Jew who works for the Left and Arabs.
My bottom line is that the State of Israel has no real allies and should not trust any other country to help. That includes the United States of America!