The Scandal Of Cantor And Netanyahu
theatlantic / Andrew Sullivan

It is not the first time that this kind of direct attack on the president's ability to conduct foreign policy has occurred under this administration.  McCain and Joe Lieberman have gone abroad to assure Israel that they will undermine their own president to advance the interests of a foreign country in a critical diplomatic discussion with the US on that country's soil. But Eric Cantor has gone further, openly bragging about something he once described as a felony. Drum: This is a legitimate scandal worthy of far more attention. When dealing with foreign policy [..], Republicans believe in trying to deliberately sabotage the position of the U.S. government. The same is true of U.S. policy towards Iran

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