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Greta: Obama Finds Time to Meet With YouTube Celeb, But Not With Netanyahu?

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Greta Van Susteren tonight said that President Barack Obama has some explaining to do to America, Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Obama has said that he won’t have time to meet with Netanyahu when he addresses Congress on Iran.

“Now President Obama can find time to meet with a YouTube personality who eats cereal out of a bathtub, but not the prime minister of our ally Israel?” Van Susteren asked.

The “On The Record” host then slammed Obama for “another insult” when a Muslim leader who accused Israel of being a suspect in the 9/11 attacks was invited to the White House’s anti-terror summit.

“So let me get this straight: the White House invites a Muslim leader who accused Israel of 9/11, but President Obama can’t find five minutes to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu who is terrified Iran is getting nuclear weapons? That is so messed up,” Van Susteren said.

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