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How Trump Put Netanyahu in an Untenable Position

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Submitted by amos zot, Aug 25, 2019 at 05:38

Daniel. I do not agree with you. Everyone reacted logically. Trump too. Only one mistake: the first Israeli decision to allow the entry of the two antisémites .
For the rest, let's not be naive, they know exactly what is happening in the Middle- East but their speech makes them win votes.
In fact it is this first decision of Israël which put Trump in an untenable position.
Kind regards.

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