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What Benny Gantz Can Teach Joe Biden About His Friend Netanyahu

Gantz learned the hard way that there is truly nothing Netanyahu won’t do to hold on to power, even things Biden's team might find truly unbelievable

Amir Tibon
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Amir Tibon

On the evening of March 21, Benjamin Netanyahu looked straight into the camera of Israel’s Channel 12 News and begged Benny Gantz, his main rival in three recent election cycles, to join his government. If you agree to a rotation deal with me, Netanyahu pleaded publicly, I’ll vacate the Prime Minister’s Office before the end of next year – “without any shticks or tricks.”

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