Prime Minister Netanyahu Warns Of Possible Friction With U.S.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has forewarned tensions with the U.S. as Joe Biden continues to appease the Iranian regime.
“If we have to choose…between friction with our great friend the United States and the elimination of the existential threat, the elimination of the existential threat is increasing,” he asserted. “It all must be done, all, to ensure that under no circumstances will Iran arm itself with nuclear weapons.”
On Tuesday, the Prime Minister appointed David Barnea as the new chief of the intelligence agency Mossad. He also declared that Israel will take a tougher stance on Iran and any others who works with the Ayatollahs.
Netanyahu went on to express his firm opposition against the Iran agreement that the Biden administration has been pushing for.
“I hope that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have the strength of character to tell the angry anti-Israel left in their party to tell them no,” he declared. “Tell them we’re going to maintain our historic alliance.”
Netanyahu also expressed hope for the U.S. to honor its commitments of the mutual alliance to deter Iran’s ongoing aggression in the Middle East.
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