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Before leaving the office for the day, Jeremy Art has one more video he needs to share on his publication’s Facebook and YouTube page. It’s a 10-minute clip, quite long by web video standards, of President Barack Obama reacting to the Israeli Prime Minister’s big speech to Congress a few hours earlier

In the video, Obama is clearly dismissive of his counterpart’s comments, further feeding into the narrative of a clash between the two leaders. One might assume that Art would promote the clip with eye-catching words like “criticizes” and “bad relationship,” as other publications did. Or perhaps he would feel compelled to take a firm stance, deeming Obama’s comments “strange” and “illogical.” Read more…

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