That didn’t take long.
Recently ousted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just told the nation “We’ll be back — soon.”
According to Breitbart News, Netanyahu “ripped his likely replacement, Naftali Bennett, in a speech to Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, on Sunday afternoon, prior to the vote to confirm the new Israeli government.”
“Bennett always does the opposite of what he says and what he promises,” said Netanyahu.
“We changed Israel into a world power,” said Netanyahu. “We were the first in the world to emerge from the coronavirus.”
Per the Breitbart report:
Netanyahu said that Iran was celebrating the new Israeli government. “It’s no wonder that they are celebrating today … They understand that today there will be a weak Israeli government.” He sent his own message to the Iranian leaders — in English: “We’ll be back — soon.”
Even as he urged members of the Knesset to vote against the new government, he stressed that he would provide a strong opposition alternative, offering a real choice to Israeli voters for the future.
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