Netanyahu tries to go ‘scorched earth’ in last speech, swipes at Biden administration over Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu utilized his last discourse before the Knesset Sunday to promise a quick re-visitation of office, assault his substitution and get down on the Biden organization’s work to restore the nuke manage Iran.

Netanyahu, 71, moved to one side for the new alliance government drove by Naftali Bennett, who turned into the new head administrator after a 60-59 vote. President Biden immediately saluted the new government.

Bennett’s office said he later talked by telephone with Biden, expressing gratitude toward him for his warm wishes and long-standing obligation to Israel’s security.

Netanyahu portrayed Bennett, who was before his partner, as a political lightweight who doesn’t have the ability to deal with the work.

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