Netanyahu slams Biden administration over Iran nuclear deal after PM loss | Netanyahu said Iran is ‘celebrating’ his loss;

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Netanyahu, 71, stepped aside for the new coalition government led by Naftali Bennett who became the new prime minister after a 60-59 vote.

(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 19, 2021 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks on during a briefing at the Hakirya military base in Tel Aviv. – Israel’s opposition leader Yair Lapid said late on June 2, 2021 that he had succeeded in forming a coalition to end the rule of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the country’s longest serving leader. Once it is confirmed by the 120-member Knesset legislature, it would end the long reign of the hawkish right-wing leader known as Bibi who has long dominated Israeli politics. (Photo by Sebastian Scheiner / POOL / AFP)
  • The paper said Netanyahu compared the attempt by the U.S. to return to the Iran nuke deal to the decision by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt not to bomb the train tracks that led to Auschwitz—the concentration camp—when there was an opportunity in 1944.
  • “The prime minister of Israel needs to be able to say no to the president of the United States on issues that threaten our existence,” he said. The report said Netanyahu recalled his 2015 speech in front of a joint session of Congress to voice his dismay over the Obama-era nuke deal.
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