RT America — June 2, 2017 – RT

Published time: 3 Jun, 2017 02:03

Netanyahu willing to overlook Trumps embassy flip-flop journalist

As a candidate, Donald Trump emphatically promised to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. But President Trump has just signed a waiver to keep the embassy at its current location, much to the chagrin of the Israeli right-wing. The reason given for delaying to the move is so that the US can maintain the semblance of neutrality in the Palestinian question. Author and journalist Max Blumenthal joins RT Americas Manila Chan to give his reaction.

Twitter warfare continues over Hillarys blame game

Following Hillary Clinton’s recent claims that DNC data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong and a factor in her failure, Andrew Therriault, a former DNC staffer with her campaign, lashed out on Twitter, pointing out that their models had correctly predicted trouble in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania but that Clintons inner circle thought they knew better. He has since deleted his Twitter comments and apologized for his response. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump blasted Hillary Clinton for her finger-pointing, in turn provoking venom from her. Around and around it goes.

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