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Netanyahu Planned an Attack on the President, and Ended With a Heartfelt Plea to His Rivals

Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter
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Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter

Like an animal that chews its cud, Likud on Wednesday brought up its usual, rotten shtick that has been with us since the 2015 election: casting doubt on the integrity of President Reuven Rivlin before he assigns the mandate to try to form a government. Rivlin’s announcement that he would give the job of forming the government to the candidate with the best chances of doing so – his regular text after every election, by the way – stirred up the worried tenants on Balfour Street.

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