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Jeb’s remarks at tonight’s Reagan Library question Hillary’s role in Middle East

Jeb 2016 logoBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Presidential candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is the keynote speaker at tonight’s sold out event at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. His remarks will concentrate on foreign policy and will question the role of our then-Secretary of State in the Middle East: “Where was Hillary Clinton?”

Excerpts of Governor Bush’s prepared remarks (from Jeb Bush: Where was Hillary Clinton?):

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Eric Cantor: ‘Listen to Netanyahu on Iran nuke dangers’

Eric Cantor 6By Lynn R. Mitchell

Former Majority Leader Eric Cantor remains engages in domestic and foreign policies and wrote an op-ed in Sunday’s USA Today on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (see Eric Cantor: Listen to Netanyahu on Iran nuke dangers):

This week a joint session of Congress will hear from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The temptation for many will be to focus on the political controversy surrounding his invitation and the administration’s displeasure with his visit. We should focus instead on the substantive concerns the prime minister is expected to share about the deteriorating security situation in the Middle East and the increasing threat posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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