Charles Krauthammer said Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that Secretary of State John Kerry meddled in the Israeli-Gaza conflict by showing up uninvited to the latest cease fire negotiations.
“The Israelis did not invite him,” he said. “The Egyptians did not want him and he still says he advanced a peace plan that was sort of building on the Egyptian one. It didn’t at all. It undermined it.”
Kerry spent Saturday in Paris meeting with several European diplomats and the foreign ministers of Qatar and Turkey, who are negotiating on behalf of Hamas, hoping to establish an immediate cease fire in the ongoing conflict.
Krauthammer said Kerry returned from the negotiations as essentially Hamas’ lawyer, and the plan Kerry supported “would have given Hamas all of its demands.”
“(Kerry) hands Israel a proposition that is so outrageous that the cabinet votes 19-0 against it,” he said. “Israeli cabinets have never voted 19-0 on whether the sun rises in the east. It was unbelievable.”