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Sunday on MTP: Strained U.S.-Israel Relationship

Chuck Todd sits down with the Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., Ron Dermer, as the U.S. reassesses its relationship with Israel. That and more on Sunday.

THE RE-ELECTION OF BIBI - The re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week has cast a light on the strained relations between Israel and the White House, as President Obama says the U.S. will “reassess” its relationship with the country.

Ron Dermer

Israeli Ambassador to the United States

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THE STATE OF THE TWO-STATE SOLUTION - After campaigning against the idea of Palestinian statehood, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shifted positions, saying he wants a “sustainable two-state solution” less than 48 hours after winning the votes. What does his reinstatement by voters mean for the future of Palestine?

Dr. Riyad Mansour

Permanent Observer of the State of Palestine to the United Nations

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THE POLITICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE - As the Golden State faces its fourth year of drought and commits $1 billion to relief, Governor Jerry Brown addresses his environmental advocacy, the fight over Proposition 30 taxes, 2016 and more.

Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA)

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POLITICAL PANEL - This week’s reelection of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu not only turned attention to the country’s tension with the White House but to possible presidential candidates on their approach to the Middle East. How will foreign policy play into 2016? What issues will really matter to voters?

Helene Cooper

Pentagon Correspondent, The New York Times

Jane Harman

President, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Rich Lowry

Editor, The National Review

John Stanton

Washington Bureau Chief, Buzzfeed

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