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If Biden and Democrats Win, Netanyahu Morphs From Asset to Liability

Prime Minister Netanyahu will become the greatest obstacle to recalibrating U.S.-Israel ties

Chemi Shalev
Chemi Shalev
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Chemi Shalev

U.S. President Donald Trump set up Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s punch line perfectly: “Do you think Sleepy Joe could have made this deal, Bibi? Sleepy Joe? Do you think he would have made this deal somehow? I don’t think so.” The president looked at his Oval Office phone with delighted anticipation.

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