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What Kerry whispered to Biden about Bibi meetings is more telling than any public statement

The diplomatic correspondent for IBA (Israeli public radio), Chico Menashe, stood next to Secretary of State John Kerry during the public part of the Obama-Netanyahu meeting at the White House on Monday. Check out his tweet:

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    1. winston smith

      Kerry and Biden are both thinking: ‘What was Bibi saying about Count Folke Bernadotte’

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    2. Danny

      Kerry’s and Biden’s faces say it all. No need for words.

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    3. shachalnur

      Kerry and BB’s reproductive meetings?

      A cappella.

      Careless whisper.

      Wham.

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    4. winston smith

      Kerry is reflecting on this quote from Marcus Tullius Cicero:

      “Softly! Softly! I want none but the judges to hear me. The Arabs have already gotten me into a fine mess, as they have many other gentleman.”

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