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The Con-men League: How Netanyahu’s Bromance With Trump Could Come Back to Haunt Him

A year ago, Likud assured Israelis that Benjamin Netanyahu's friendship with Trump put him in ‘a different league.' Now his critics are using that quote against him

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Last Thursday, dozens of huge posters were glued to billboards in the Tel Aviv area. They depicted U.S. President Donald Trump standing alongside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, both brandishing bright red ties, sternly looking to a bleak future. Above the picture were these four words: “Netanyahu. A different league.”

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