Coronavirus Pushed Trump's Mideast Plan Aside, but White House Still Hoping to Promote It Before U.S. Election

Officials are closely following Netanyahu-Gantz talks, as a unity government in Israel would give Trump a small win, after a tough month dealing with criticism of his handling of the coronavirus crisis

Amir Tibon
Amir Tibon
Washington
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Amir Tibon
Amir Tibon
Washington

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration is closely monitoring the unity government negotiations in Israel, but is officially staying mum on the subject for the time being in the hope that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz will succeed in finding a formula for a power-sharing agreement and avoid a fourth round of elections later this year.

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