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Bennett's Media Blitz Reveals PM's post-Netanyahu Strategy

In a string of interviews to weekend newspapers, the prime minister tried to draw a line beneath the Netanyahu era and lay the foundations for a different kind of right-wing politics in Israel

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Seven and a half months into his term as prime minister, Naftali Bennett gave a series of interviews for the weekend newspapers and managed the impressive feat of not delivering any policy headlines whatsoever.

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