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Former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Dr. Dore Gold joined "America's News HQ" Wednesday to discuss the fallout from speeches by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In the first speech of the day, Kerry denied that the U.S. was solely behind last week's UN resolution concerning Israeli settlements.

However, in his rebuttal, Netanyahu said Kerry's speech was almost as unbalanced as the UN resolution itself.

Gold said Kerry's speech was initially being billed as a way forward.

"Frankly what came out from Secretary Kerry was no clear path of how to do that," said Gold, also a former police adviser to Netanyahu and the current president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

"The UN Security Council resolution, which Secretary Kerry ordered the U.S. to abstain on and let it go through...that resolution reinforced the internationalization of the conflict, addressing the hard issues at the UN instead of at the negotiating table. Secretary Kerry didn't explain how he is going to remedy what he created with that resolution," Gold said.

Gold added that "only Israel can decide" how its security should be planned, implemented and safeguarded.

"Unfortunately Secretary Kerry's speech veered away from that principle, trying to introduce the '67 lines and suggesting again the redivision of Jerusalem," he said.

Prior to Kerry's speech, President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice his support for Israel.

In response, Netanyahu offered his sincere thanks to Trump.

Watch the above segment, and tell us what you think.


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