Trump Flies Into SECOND Twitter Freak Out Of Wednesday Morning, Attacks BIG U.S. Ally (DETAILS)

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Donald Trump just went on a very strange morning Twitter rant — again.

Wednesday morning, the president-elect’s subject was Israel.

Trump, at the conspiratorial urging of Israel’s controversial Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has lately been railing at the United Nations over the body’s passage of a resolution condemning Israeli settlement building on land that is supposed to be set aside for a future Palestinian state.

Trump wrote Wednesday morning:

‘We cannot continue to let Israel be treated with such total disdain and disrespect. They used to have a great friend in the U.S., but not anymore. The beginning of the end was the horrible Iran deal, and now this (U.N.)! Stay strong Israel, January 20th is fast approaching!’

The only thing that would make it more obvious that Trump is in Netanyahu’s pocket would be if Trump suddenly made a public appearance and had Bibi’s pants on.

Rants on Twitter are not the way that a president-elect properly conducts foreign policy discussions. Our president-elect, evidently, doesn’t know that.

Trump has absolutely no idea what he’s talking about; rather, he’s just flinging around phrases that are meaningless to him but potent anyway.

Has Israel really been treated with “such disdain and disrespect,” in a pattern beginning with the “horrible Iran deal”?

No.

First of all, the Israeli/ Palestinian peace process may at times irk the Israelis, prompting their most fervent supporters — like Trump — to proclaim that they are being “treated with disdain and disrespect.”

That’s the thing, though. It’s the “Israeli/ Palestinian” peace process, involving both the Israelis and the Palestinians. Trump, Netanyahu, and friends, however, don’t seem to realize that the Palestinians are real.

As for the Iran Deal — it’s as much to protect the Israelis from Iranian nuclear weapons as anyone else, so it’s a bit strange to call it “horrible.”

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