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intended and if you go back to the cairo speech from 2009, when he tried to reset, the president tried to reset the relationship, the entire muslim world, one part of that entire doctrine was to try and make the peace process move forward to try and take it off the table as an irritant, as a rallying point for jihad and radical extremists. that was what they wanted at a minimum. looks like they didn't even accomplish that minimum. i think they will try to make the case that what they did made sense and that while they failed, it wasn't entirely sort of a bad idea. i think that's what we will hear. >> fascinating will be the reaction abroad, of course, but on capitol hill, you touched on this a little bit, how do you -- what do you expect reaction's going to be and on this issue of we heard this from senator lindsey graham and others, this kind of idea gaining steam of now pulling u.n. funding from washington because of what happened at the u.n. security council. is that gaining more steam? is that likely to happen? >> the pro-netanyahu parts of congress certainly have a foothold.
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