- The Washington Times - Monday, March 12, 2018

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heaped praise on President Donald Trump and gave unique insight into the “very unique, very personal” relationship the Israeli leader has with the President of the United States. 

In his only television interview taped during his recent visit to Washington DC, Netanyahu told syndicated radio host Mark Levin on his new Fox News program “Life, Liberty and Levin” that he and Trump enjoy “a certain chemistry.”

“The president likes to cut through, I don’t want to call it noise, but you know, there are two initials in English — he just cuts right through it. It’s refreshing. When we talk about serious things, he gets right to the point.”

Netanyahu also addressed the recent stories alleging corruption in his administration:

“They say today I’ve never been stronger in public opinion. Why is that? It’s because I think the citizens do understand that we work to make sure, I work to make sure, that the country is safe. That’s my first job, to protect the State of Israel. And second that the country is prosperous and we’ve turned Israel into a tremendous engine of innovation, it’s a free-market economy in technology and it’s become a world leader in so many areas and people recognize that,”

Watch the entire interview above, from Fox News’ “Life, Liberty and Levin.”


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