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Trump’s neo-Nazis, and Israel's

Iris Leal
Iris Leal
Iris Leal
Iris Leal

In many ways, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s long goodbye from government is reminiscent of the twilight of the Donald Trump presidency: the psychological decline, the manic episodes alongside the melancholic recognition that the end is near and a willingness to do anything possible in order to remain in the official residence, which each man tainted in his own way.

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