President Obama used the race card during a tense debate over the future of the Middle East with Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, WORLD NET DAILY reports.
Obama recently agreed to an extensive interview with the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg for its April issue. The piece, titled “The Obama Doctrine,” highlights the president’s growing disillusionment with long-time allies. Obama even disclosed how he linked obstacles with Netanyahu to condescension instead of an ideological divide.
“In one of Netanyahu’s meetings with the president, the Israeli prime minister launched into something of a lecture about the dangers of the brutal region in which he lives, and Obama felt that Netanyahu was behaving in a condescending fashion, and was also avoiding the subject at hand: peace negotiations,” the magazine reported. “Finally, the president interrupted the prime minister: ‘Bibi, you have to understand something,’ he said. ‘I’m the African-American son of a single mother, and I live here, in this house. I live in the White House. I managed to get elected president of the United States. You think I don’t understand what you’re talking about, but I do.’” Read more at WORLD NET DAILY.