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Sanders criticized the invitation extended to Netanyahu by leaders from both parties, emphasizing Netanyahu's status as a "war criminal."

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Sanders reups vow to boycott ‘war criminal’ Netanyahu’s address to Congress

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., re-upped his vow to boycott “war criminal” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress and again slammed the leader’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war.

Sanders reaffirmed his decision to boycott Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress, labeling Netanyahu a “war criminal” due to his actions in the Israel-Hamas conflict.

Sanders concluded his statement by reiterating his stance that Netanyahu, whom he deems a “war criminal,” should not address a joint meeting of Congress, confirming his intention not to attend.

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