Republican Senator: Next President Should Rescind MOU With Israel and Give Jewish State a Better Deal

Posted on September 22, 2016 In Events, News

Speaking to an Orthodox Union delegation visiting Washington, D.C., Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas called it a “constitutional affront” that the MOU included a stipulation that Israel return to the US any extra funding provided by Congress over the levels set in the deal.

“This is not an agreement that the Senate has ratified or Congress has blessed,” Cotton said. “It is an agreement between two current heads of state. And I believe that as soon as we have a new president, we should rescind that agreement and give one that is better for Israel and better for the United States.”

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