Bibi, I don't agree with a single word you say, but I love you!"
The affection that Joe Biden has for the Israeli Prime Minister, annotated on a signed photo, is not feigned.
It goes back four decades, but was not enough to mitigate, much less prevent, the ongoing political crisis in the Jewish state.
On Sunday, just after the dismissal of Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, the Oval Office tenant refrained from appearing in front of the cameras to comment on the growing chaos in the Middle East, hiding behind an anonymous statement:
“ We call on the Israeli leadership to find a compromise as quickly as possible.”
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The spokesperson for the National Security Council also stepped up to the plate.
"We are very concerned about the latest developments in Israel today, which again serve as a reminder of the urgent need to find a compromise,"
said Adrienne Watson.
As the President recently...
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