Tehran, March 2, IRNA – US Senator Dianne Feinstein has described the Zionist regime’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as ‘arrogant’ for asserting that he speaks for all Jews.
The California Democrat’s remarks come days ahead of Netanyahu’s speech to the US Congress, in which he’s set to lobby against a deal with Iran.
Netanyahu is to convince the US lawmakers that any nuclear agreement between Iran and the world powers could endanger the Zionist regime’s existence.
He is to address the US Congress while the Iranian and Group 5+1 nuclear negotiators are currently in the Swiss city of Montreux to strike a deal over the 12-year-long dispute.
President Barack Obama’s administration has heavily criticized Netanyahu for his opposition to a nuclear deal with Iran.
The disagreement between President Obama and the Zionist leader is considered by US analysts and their Zionist counterparts as a confrontation between Tel Aviv and the White House.
Noting that she’ll attend Netanyahu’s speech, Feinstein told CNN that the Zionist leader “doesn’t speak for me on this.
‘I think it’s a rather arrogant statement. I think the Jewish community is like any other community. There are different points of view.’