FORMER Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to ridicule President Joe Biden as he mimicked the US head of state falling asleep during his meet with Naftali Bennett in August. Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to mock President Joe Biden during a Facebook interview when he was asked his thoughts on his successor Naftali Bennett meeting the US head of state in August.
ISRAEL'S former prime minister has mocked Joe Biden, suggesting he fell asleep in a meeting with the country's new leader. Benjamin Netanyahu poked fun at the US President after a clip of Biden seemingly nodding off while meeting Naftali Bennett became viral. Biden was awake for his first meeting seeking to reset US-Israeli relations over Iran's nuclear advances.
On June 13, Naftali Bennett did what many of his fellow citizens had come to believe was impossible, replacing Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s longest serving ruler, as prime minister. Exhausted by two years in which four consecutive elections had proved inconclusive, and increasingly thirsty for stability, Israelis observed the political revolution with caution, fearing it might not last.
Biden's response was cropped from the video, leading viewers to think the President was having a 'senile' moment
'I heard. I heard that Biden was very attentive at this meeting. He dropped his head in agreement,' Netanyahu said The Likud, Netanyahu's party, came to his defense pointing out that the former prime minister was mocking Bennett not Biden Israel's former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested in a Facebook video posted on Sunday that US President Joe Biden had fallen asleep when meeting the new Israeli leader Naftali Bennett last month.
Facebook – Israel’s former PM Netanyahu suggests on Facebook that Joe Biden fell asleep meeting new PM
Facebook – Israel’s former PM Netanyahu suggests on Facebook that Joe Biden fell asleep meeting new PM Israel’s former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested in a Facebook video posted on Sunday that US President Joe Biden had fallen asleep when meeting the new Israeli leader Naftali Bennett last month.
Netanyahu mocks Biden for FALLING ASLEEP during meeting with new Israeli PM Naftali Bennett last month
Israel's former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu mocked Biden after a clip of the US president seemingly falling asleep became viral Biden's response was cropped from the video, leading viewers to think the President was having a 'senile' moment 'I heard. I heard that Biden was very attentive at this meeting.
JERUSALEM—Apart from taking a Pilates class and enjoying an expensive dinner at Nobu, what else did former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu do during his two-week vacation in Lanai, the exclusive Hawaiian island owned by Oracle founder Larry Ellison? According to the Israeli daily Haaretz, Netanyahu, now the head of Israel’s parliamentary opposition, discussed with Ellison the possibility of joining Oracle’s well-paying board, whose members earn upwards of half a million dollars a year.
The coastguard and divers recovered the bodies of Haim Geron, a former senior official at Israel's ministry of communications, and his wife a few hours after the single-engine Cessna aircraft crashed near the island of Samos, Greece. Greek authorities are investigating a private plane crash that killed a witness in the corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israel's prime minister has made an official trip to neighbouring Egypt for the first time in a decade. Naftali Bennett described his talks with President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh as "very important and very good". Egypt said they had discussed regional issues, including ways to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Israel's parliament held a preliminary vote in favour of a budget Thursday, in a country where an extended political crisis has for years prevented the legislature approving fiscal plans. The budget proposal was approved in August by the coalition government of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who succeeded veteran premier Benjamin Netanyahu in June.
Israel’s prime minister’s office has urged former premier Benjamin Netanyahu to return dozens of expensive gifts he received while serving in the nation’s top job Israel's prime minister's office has urged former premier Benjamin Netanyahu to return dozens of expensive gifts he received while serving in the nation's top job.
Two weeks ago, CIA director William Burns – who has rather a lot on his plate just now – had a quiet word in the Israeli prime minister’s ear about Chinese investment in the Jewish state. It was the latest and most urgent of America’s attempts to prevent Israel from slipping further towards the Beijing dragon’s maw, an issue which has increasingly threatened to drive a wedge between the two allies.
Israel’s defense minister has held talks late with the Palestinian president in the first high-level meeting between the two sides in years Israel's defense minister held talks late Sunday with the Palestinian president in the first high-level meeting between the two sides in years, officials said.
Biden cancels his first meeting with Israeli's new PM Naftali Bennett amid attacks in Afghanistan and now will sit down with him on Friday
President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett were scheduled to hold heir first face-to-face meeting Thursday They have never met before but have spoken on the phone It was canceled after a series of suicide attacks in Kabul The meeting was rescheduled for Friday Issues on the agenda: Iran nuclear deal and Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett hopes to reset relations with the US and agree how to stop Iran's nuclear programme during his first meeting with President Joe Biden at the White House. The right-wing nationalist took office in June after forming an ideologically diverse governing coalition. He succeeded Benjamin Netanyahu, who was close to Donald Trump and clashed with Barack Obama's administration.
Israel reduced intelligence sharing with the US this spring because Benjamin Netanyahu didn't trust the Biden administration, report says
Israel gave the US less intel about its Iran plans this spring, the NYT reported. It was because then-Prime Minister Netanyahu didn't trust the Biden administration, the report said. A grudge against Obama and belief that the US was spying on him could have been factors.
TOPICS FOR YOU WASHINGTON – Israel’s new prime minister heads to the White House on Thursday for an introductory meeting with President Joe Biden and the promise of a “new era of cooperation” in U.S.-Israeli relations. The face-to-face meeting between Biden and Naftali Bennett will be their first since Bennett became prime minister in June.