Secretary of State John Kerry has agreed to testify on the Benghazi attack in response to the second subpoena from the House Oversight Committee. Furthermore, the State Department reasoned that if Kerry speaks before the House Oversight Committee, there will be no need for him to testify again before the Special Committee on Benghazi.
Ladies and gentlemen, our secretary of state.
Last night Texas Senator Ted Cruz took to the Senate floor to call for Secretary of State John Kerry's resignation over his closed door comments about Israel becoming an "apartheid" state if the Jewish State doesn't come to a two-state solution with the Palestinians.
In case you missed it yesterday, the Daily Beast's Josh Rogin reported on comments made by Secretary of State John Kerry saying that if Israel doesn't come to a two-state agreement with the Palestinians, it will become ?an apartheid state.
Just last week peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians fell apart once again after President Mahmoud Abbas' ongoing connection to the terror group Hamas suggests he doesn't believe Israel has the right to exist.