On today's episode:
With 97 percent of the votes counted, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears poised to secure a record-breaking fifth term of office – despite his Likud party gaining the same number of seats at his closest rival.
As Netanyahu begins the process of forming his new government, we ask:
- What price will Bibi pay for a law that ensures that he cannot be indicted for graft as long as he remains in office?
- Will he make good on his election promise to annex parts, if not all, of the West Bank?
- What happened to the once-vibrant Israel left, which was the big loser in Tuesday's election?
- And how closely do the campaigns run by Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump echo each other?