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COVID Haunts Bennett at Home, but a Warm Welcome Awaits Him in Washington

Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter
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As someone close to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told me this week, except for the delta variant, things aren’t looking bad at all. The government is functioning. The cabinet ministers are working. The cabinet unanimously passed the budget, which will also be passed in the Knesset. Reforms are gearing up. The cabinet of extremes, which initially looked like a car wreck foretold – with many rookies and a prime minister who entered with hardly any public support – is chugging along in relative harmony without any bloody clashes.

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