Biden Isn’t Calling Netanyahu. For Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen That’s Actually an Opportunity

In the rift between the White House and the Prime Minister’s Office, the U.S. president aims to signal to Netanyahu: ‘You’re nothing special.’ While Israeli intelligence says Iran is two years from a bomb, the outgoing Mossad head hopes to be the point man

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Over three months have passed since Joe Biden was elected, and three weeks since he entered the White House, but the U.S. president isn’t phoning. It’s hard to overlook his ignoring of Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel.

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