in the vicinityVideoRep. Jeffries: The overwhelming majority of house Democrats believe the indictment discussions are premature.
The Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus says that the Democrats still support Israel back in spite of the numerous Democratic presidential candidates, will appear in the next week, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual policy conference.
“I can’t speak for the presidential candidates, but what I can speak to the house Democratic Caucus, which are clearly strongly pro-Israel, said,” Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY: “America’s Newsroom” on Friday.
“I’ve been in Israel three times, I recognize that there are common values, common strategic interests that are important to you. And I think that is the perspective of the overwhelming majority in the chamber of deputies.”
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Jeffries, who speaks said to AIPAC that a two-state solution supports the AIPAC was also in the interest of Israel, Palestine and the United States.
“As far as I am AIPAC, the position affected how I understand it to be robust support for a two-state solution. I think that is the right approach,” Jeffries said. “This is in Israel’s interest, in the interest of the democratic aspirations of the Palestinian people, in the best interest for America.”
The democratic members of Congress commented on the importance of the Müller report, and said that the speech of the President of the trump card of the prosecution’s case was “premature.”
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“Whether the report exonerated the President, the President, or somewhere in between, the American people deserve transparency,” Jeffries said.
“The case should be appealing, the evidence must be overwhelming, and the consensus in terms of the public mood around the indictment should be cross-party in nature. This is a strong Norm that the correct standard is the standard that I accept.”
Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.