March 21st, 2010
11:00 PM ET

GPS March 21, 2010: Crisis in U.S.-Israeli Relations

This week, a a discussion about Israel and what its ambassador to Washington called the deepest crisis in its relations with America since 1975. On GPS this week are Mortimer Zuckerman, the owner of the "New York Daily News" and the "U.S. News & World Report". He's just back from Israel where he met with Prime Minister Netanyahu. Also, Martin Indyk, who has served as ambassador to Israel twice, ran the Middle East Division at the State Department and also at the National Security Council, all for President Clinton.

And later in the show, a special treat. Michael Lewis, the best selling author of "The Blind Side" has returned to his original love or hate, Wall Street.

Read the full transcript here.

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Topics: Economy • GPS Episodes • GPS Show • Israel • Middle East • Politics • President Obama • United States

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