‘Can’t ever recall anything like it’: Lieberman blasts Schumer's anti-Netanyahu speech.

On Sunday, former Sen. Joe Lieberman called Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's proposal for an election to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “outrageous.”


“I thought his statement this week was incorrect. “I can’t remember anything like it,” Lieberman told WABC 770 AM’s “Cats Roundtable” host John Catsimatidis.


When then-Vice President Al Gore chose Lieberman, 82, as his running mate in 2000, he became the first Jewish-American on a presidential ticket.


Schumer's statement was criticized by Lieberman as "outrageous" for a US senator,


much alone the majority leader and the highest-ranking Jewish political official in Washington, to advise Israel to fire Netanyahu.


“As a lifelong supporter of Israel, it's become clear to me that the Netanyahu coalition no longer fits the needs of Israel after Oct. 7,” Schumer stated, 


referring to Hamas' killing in Israel that started the conflict.


Schumer called Netanyahu and his “radical” security cabinet a “obstacle” to peace. His comments followed a growing chorus of Democratic Party progressive condemnation of Israel for not doing more to minimize Palestinian civilian losses in its fight against Hamas.


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