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Caroline Glick: Netanyahu 'Pitch Perfect' in Case Against Iran Deal

By    |   Tuesday, 03 Mar 2015 04:52 PM

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was "pitch perfect" in spelling out to Congress just how much of a threat to the world a U.S.-Iran nuclear deal would be, says Caroline Glick, senior contributing editor to the Jerusalem Post.

"I have to say that Netanyahu's speech was as close to pitch perfect as we've seen from a leader in Israel or anywhere really in recent years," Glick said Tuesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"I thought he did a fantastic job laying out just how terrible the deal that [President Barack] Obama is negotiating with the Ayatollah and Iran is for Israel, the region, the United States and for the entire world.

"I don't think that he could've made the case more solidly than he did and good for him."

During his 39-minute speech, Netanyahu cautioned Obama against inking a nuclear deal with Iran, warning it would be a "countdown to a potential nuclear nightmare" by a country that "will always be an enemy of America."

Glick — author of "The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East", published by Crown Forum — said the address was very well received in Israel.

"The public was very moved and roused by what he said and the media is going nuts," Glick told Steve Malzberg.

"It will be much more difficult for President Obama to sell a deal now for the American people than it was a month ago."

She said the United States has finally launched into a serious discussion about what the negotiations that are taking place mean to national security.

"That debate was prompted only by [House Speaker John] Boehner's invitation to Netanyahu to come and speak before the joint session," Glick said.

"And now that his policies are being scrutinized for the first time in a very serious way by the American media, Obama is already finding himself in greater difficulty trying to sell his plan and reassure the United States."

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