WATCH: Michael Oren Invokes 'House of Cards' in New Campaign Ad

'If you're tired of dirty politics in Israel, on March 17, you vote for Kulanu,' says Israel's former ambassador to Washington in video.

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Screenshot of Michael Oren in the Kulanu video.
Screenshot of Michael Oren in the Kulanu video.Credit: YouTube

Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to Washington, does a (not very good) Kevin Spacey impression in an election video released online by Kulanu, Moshe Kahlon's new political party in which he occupies third slot.

Titled "Michael Oren – House of Cards Trailer," the 30-second video calls on all those who are tired of dirty politics to vote Kulanu in the March 17 election.

"Tonight starts the new season of 'House of Cards,'" says a flinty-eyed Oren with a dubious southern accent, speaking directly to the camera. "It's a TV program about dirty politics.

"If you're tired of dirty politics in Israel, on March 17, you vote for Kulanu."

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