Ambassador David M. Friedman opened the door to American acceptance of Israel’s annexation of parts of the West Bank, a move that would violate international law.
Since the interview with Ambassador David Friedman was an exclusive to The New York Times, who is going to disagree that this is what he said?
Except that, he didn't.
His words were: "Under certain circumstances, I think that Israel has the right to retain some, but not all, of the West Bank."
Also in the article
Mr. Friedman declined to say how the United States would respond if Mr. Netanyahu moved to annex West Bank land unilaterally.
“We really don’t have a view until we understand how much, on what terms, why does it make sense, why is it good for Israel, why is it good for the region, why does it not create more problems than it solves,” Mr. Friedman said. “These are all things that we’d want to understand, and I don’t want to prejudge.”
So where in the article is Friedman saying ANNEX? Retaining territory does not necessairly mean annex and could come in all forms of negotiations, land swaps or even a one state solution.
All the techniques of the fake news media and other leftist tactics that you see used against Trump and others on the right were originated and tested against Israel. If you want to see how propaganda is weaponized just study Israel and you will see all the same things we have been seeing the last 2 years of fake news and lies.