Top Ally SNUBBED, Tensions Rising

When a new president is elected, typically, they have state dinners for key allies in the early days of their administration.

The same thing takes place when a new leader is elected in an allied country.

Since Benjamin Netanyahu resumed his role as Prime Minister of Israel, however, Biden has snubbed him.

That is apparently not going to change anytime soon.

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The far left of the Democrat Party does not like Netanyahu, which is why Biden is snubbing him.

This is something that has been noticed and not appreciated by Netanyahu, who had a great working relationship with Trump.

Biden apparently has no inkling to change this, and he even called out Netanyahu during a recent interview on the subject.

Biden stated, “The Israeli president is going to be coming. We have other contacts. I’ve been— I think it’s fair to say, an unyielding supporter of Israel for over— I’ve only been around a couple of years, but for as long as I have been around.

“And Bibi, I think, is trying to work through how he can work through his existing problems in terms of his coalition.”

Biden continued, “I’m one of those who believes that Israel’s ultimate security rests in a two-state solution.

“I think it’s a mistake to think that, as some members of his cabinet— and this is one of the most extreme members of cabinets that I have… seen.”

That was all a hidden message for Netanyahu to dial it back or continue to be snubbed by this administration.

This all comes down to the fact that Democrats embrace Palestine while Netanyahu would prefer to wipe them off the face of the map.

I don’t see Netanyahu changing his ways anytime soon, so my guess is that he is counting down the days to the 2024 election and hoping that Trump gets back into office.

If that happens, I would wager just about anything that Netanyahu is among the first world leaders to be invited to the White House by Trump.

Source: The Times of Israel

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