Analysis || In Israel, we speak Republican
This week, as the divisiveness among Israel's top leaders was revealed in full, the squabbling between Prime Minister Netanyahu and the U.S. administration - which he hopes will not remain in the White House after November - also reached new levels.
In January 2009, on the eve of the Israeli general elections, and before the newly elected U.S. president, Barack Obama, was sworn in, the leading candidate for the premiership, Benjamin Netanyahu, met with his then-adviser and former consul general in New York, Alon Pinkas. Netanyahu asked Pinkas, who was close to the leaders of the Democratic Party, to help him build a bridge to the new...
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