Fingers are already being pointed at Speaker of the House John Boehner for the potential defeat of Netanyahu in Israel. Some argue that Boehner's partisan handling of the Netanyahu invitation created an unnecessary distraction for the Israeli Prime Minister.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech to Congress continues to backfire, as key Democratic senators have withdrawn their support for a Senate bill that would have reviewed any nuclear agreement with Iran.
Since Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived in the U.S., President Obama's approval rating has increased by 5 points in the Gallup poll.
A new poll reveals that by a 47%-30% margin respondents overwhelmingly agree that it was inappropriate for John Boehner to invite Netanyahu to address Congress without consulting President Obama.
On this episode of Politicus Radio, Sarah Jones and Jason Easley discuss the Democratic pushback to the disrespect that was shown to President Obama by Netanyahu and Boehner.