Netanyahu Says Kushner's Claim Trump Was Surprised by Annexation Move Is 'Completely False'

The allegation in Jared Kushner's forthcoming book that 'Netanyahu surprised the president and his staff' by announcing a plan to annex Israeli settlements in the West Bank 'is utterly baseless,' former prime minister says

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Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday heatedly denied claims in Jared Kushner's forthcoming memoir that former U.S. President Donald Trump was furious over the former prime minister's plan to annex West Bank settlements.

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