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As Drama Swirls in Israeli Politics, Herzog May Be the 'Boring' President the Country Needs

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Newly elected President Isaac Herzog’s centrist, soft-spoken, “no drama” persona has sometimes felt out of place on Israel’s stormy and fractured political battlefield. His unwillingness to draw blood in pitched power struggles has often frustrated his political allies, who labeled him a charisma-deprived bore. 

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