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Kushner, architect of U.S. peace plan, blames Palestinians for violence

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By EDITH M LEDERER

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Gee, with hundreds of trained, professional diplomats, Donnie chooses his son-in-law, who's only pedigree is his father was locked up by Chris Christie for fraud, to solve this decades old problem...

Sure, that'll work...

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Why wouldn’t the Palestinians bend ov... sorry, accept the land gra... sorry again, the one sided peace deal.

It reportedly took 3 years for Kushner to come with this plan.

Much performance, wow.

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Gee, with hundreds of trained, professional diplomats, Donnie chooses his son-in-law, who's only pedigree is his father was locked up by Chris Christie for fraud, to solve this decades old problem...

His other qualification is that he is extremely good friends with Netanyahu.

Bibi is so close with Kushner's family, he once slept in Kushner's bed.

I wonder if Kushner has ever criticized the israeli snipers aiming for children and paramedics."

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He said the most constructive thing the Palestinians can do is to sit down with the Israelis and go over the plan “line by line.”

How about you sit down with the Palestinians and go over the plan line-by-line while you were making it

Should have had both sides involved from the start

Don't throw the problem for the Israelis and Palestinians to hash it out amongst themselves when it was your own dereliction of not engaging Palestinians while you were working on the plan in the first place

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I am no fan of his son in law, but touting the "trained professional diplomats" which have brought us one disaster after the other is a bit rich

Well, I would respectfully disagree - the diplomats negotiate the agreement, the politicians then evaluate it, and either disapprove, or approve and implement...

Whether the politicians would embrace it is another matter...hasn't that been the problem forever in the Middle East?

In this case, I'm sure professional diplomats could have come to a much better and fairer agreement...as we've seen, this one is DOA...

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Gee, with hundreds of trained, professional diplomats, Donnie chooses his son-in-law

I am no fan of his son in law, but touting the "trained professional diplomats" which have brought us one disaster after the other is a bit rich.

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The Palestinians will never agree to ANY plan if that plan includes the right of Israel to exist.

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