Can this relationship be repaired? Let’s pray yes. “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called US President Barack Obama Thursday to congratulate him on his reelection victory two days earlier, seemingly extending an olive branch amid claims that the two leaders would find it hard to cooperate going forward,” reports the Times of Israel. “Netanyahu told Obama he looked forward to continuing to work with him to “address the great challenges facing the US and Israel and to advance peace and security in our region,” according to a press release sent by Netanyahu’s office. He added to Obama that that the election victory was a ‘vote of confidence in your leadership.'”
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