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You started from a false premise

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Submitted by SDN (Czech Republic), Aug 18, 2019 at 12:55

Namely, that Trump would have had the power to override Israeli law.

Oh and a second false premise: that if these two Islamists were given unrestricted permission to incite a riot, a different story to lie about Trump and Netanyahu would have ever been written.

You need to disabuse yourself of the idea that Americans can live in some kind of civil society with the Left.

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"Yes, of course, the [Israeli] government has the sovereign right to let in or exclude whomever it wishes."

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