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It Wasn't the Perfect Visit Bennett Had Hoped For, but He Has Biden on His Side

Biden has a very simple reason for pulling its weight behind the new prime minister. The president's tough talk on Iran, however, is likely hollow

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

The conditions of Friday’s meeting between Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and U.S. President Joe Biden, which was delayed by a day, were worse than anticipated. Biden was preoccupied by the harsh implications of his most serious foreign policy crisis, in the wake of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan and the deadly suicide bombing in Kabul.

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