Friday, February 21, 2020
Trump said he would visit Israel soon and dodged a question about whether the US should continue defense assistance to the Jewish state in an interview.
Michael Bloomberg has formally announced he will not run for president.
Over 90 percent of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection donations have come from the United States.
Since the Governance bill passed on March 11, 2014, new alignments have begun to appear in Israel politics.
French President Francois Hollande spent much of his time in the Jewish state this week discussing issues like the Iranian nuclear program with his Israeli counterparts.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said his first trip abroad if elected would be to Israel.
The newest Israeli government has officially taken its place.
Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee is coming to Israel to raise campaign funds and discuss the Iran nuclear deal.


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