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McCain attacks Kerry: 'on what planet does he live?"
« on: February 19, 2014, 05:40:58 PM »

McCain Attacks Kerry: 'On What Planet Does He Reside?'
 
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Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014 11:02 AM

By Drew MacKenzie

Sen. John McCain has condemned Secretary of State John Kerry for comparing global warming to terrorism and calling it "the world's largest weapon of mass destruction," The Hill reported.

 In an interview on Phoenix radio station KFYI's "The Mike Broomhead Show," the Arizona Republican said Kerry should be concentrating on the Middle East crisis instead of giving talks in Indonesia on global warming.

 "Why should he talk about climate change when we've got" 130,000 people in Syria killed, said McCain, adding that "the Iran-U.S. talks are obviously a joke, and the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations haven't even begun."

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 McCain added, "So he has to go over to Asia and talk about climate change and say it's the most important issue. Hello? On what planet does he reside?”

CNN's Crossfire host and former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich also Kerry's speech on climate change. Gingrich said the secretary was "delusional" and called for him to resign.

 McCain also said that President Barack Obama and Kerry are in danger of "hitting a trifecta" with a "gross failure in all three" foreign policy issues of Afghanistan, Syria and Iran.

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