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Biden, Bennett Statements Prove: Actors in U.S. Change, but the Show Must Go On

It seems both Biden and Bennett stuck to the old Washington playbook for meetings with Israeli leaders: Iran, visa waivers and a smattering of the Palestinians

Noa Landau
Noa Landau
Noa Landau
Noa Landau

A sigh of relief was heard from the Israeli TV studios: The prime minister, who isn't Benjamin Netanyahu (we’ve checked time and again and he's definitely not Benjamin Netanyahu), walked into the White House and later left the building. During that time, he had his say in English and was even served coffee. (We will check our records to find out what Netanyahu was served when he was there.)

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