Trump backs Israel, blasts Obama over ‘roadblocks’


President-elect Donald Trump President Obama blasted on Wednesday about his administration in the treatment of Israel, accusing him of “inflammatory” statements and putting up “roadblocks” that hinder the transition.

The President-elect took to Twitter to ensure that Israel and his administration to bring a new approach, in advance of a speech on the middle East peace process by Secretary of state John Kerry. The already turbulent relationship between the Obama and Netanyahu governments reeled in his rock most of the route in the last days of the Obama administration, after the US waived an anti-settlement resolution before the U. N. security Council to pass so that it is.

Trump tweeted: “We can’t continue to run Israel is treated with such total disdain and disrespect.”

And in a swipe at the outgoing President, after a period of relative calm between the two, he wrote, “Thought it was a smooth transition!”

I’m doing my best to ignore the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks.Thought it was NOT a smooth transition!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2016

We can not continue to Israel to be treated with such total disdain and disrespect. Earlier you will have a great friend in the United States, but…….

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2016

not more. The beginning of the end of the terrible Iran deal, and now this is the (U. N.)! Stay strong, Israel, 20. January is getting closer!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2016

The Israeli government has to say to the President-elect Trump the team for the support in the last days that you look forward to working with the next President, amid fraying relations with the outgoing administration.

Netanyahu said the US abstention, which allowed the U. N. resolution to pass, and like a “ambush”, and his government, in the meantime, the United States is accusing to play a hand in the orchestration of the voices.

In the hours before Kerry’s speech, the Netanyahu government has got another shot in the U.S., Public security Minister Gilad Erdan Kerry calls the speech a “pathetic move.”

He told the Israeli army Radio that “Kerry ‘ s intention, a chain of President-elect trump.”

The White house has pushed back, in which they argued that Obama helped administration, craft, and press the resolution – and on Wednesday morning, denied claims a report in the Egyptian media, Kerry and National security adviser Susan Rice discussed the U. N. resolution with a top Palestinian official, almost two weeks before Friday’s vote in the security Council.

Ned price, a spokesman for the U.S. National Security Council, called the reports a “fabrication” and the “encounter said never occurred.”

The State Department’s own website reflects that Kerry was scheduled to meet with the Palestinian official, to the State Department on Dec. 12, around the time of the discussions reported. The official website offers no details about what was discussed.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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