Netanyahu to Trump: "You gotta lend me Barr to defend me!"

It has been said that Israel’s long-time Prime Minister is charismatic, but we here at AP have never seen it that way.


Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump have much in common, though clearly, neither has any charisma whatsoever in our book.


Though your solitary reporter and his many associates do not, for the most part, support the presidential candidacy of non-Democrat Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), Bernie's right about one thing: Donald Trump is the most corrupt man ever to sit in the Oval Office in America’s history.


Same goes for Trump’s close personal and political friend, Bibi Netanyahu.


He’s been charged (though reluctantly) by Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit with bribery, corruption, and breach of trust, and, according to associate solitary reporter Abraham Kibbutznik, a member of the Knesset as a member of Benny Gantz’ Blue and White Party, Netanyahu is clearly guilty.


Netanyahu’s trying to make a deal with the fractious Knesset to give himself immunity from prosecution so he can continue his hard-line policies of doing everything he can to make life even more difficult for the Palestinians.


Trump, like Netanyahu, is guilty of bribery, corruptioln, and breach of trust, while hyper-evangelical Mike Pence is preparing to take the reins.


Netanyahu never comes to visit America without having a big big event with AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affiars Committee, which is “committed solely to strengthening, protecting and promoting the U.S.-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of the United States and Israel.”


AIPAC calls itself bipartisan, so it includes Senate Minority Leader Chiuck Schumer, but.


Knowing full well that Trump’s Attorney General, William Barr, is also his personal lawyer, Netanyahu called Trump early this morning, as associate solitary reproter Johanna Jones stood by, and said, “Donald, I need your help. Please send Barr over here to defend me.”


Trump’s response was instantaneous: “Sure, Bibi, right away,” without bothering to inform Barr, but Jones and associate solitary reporter Susanna Sherman watched as Barr sped, in a fancy, unmarked black limousine, to Dulles International Airport to board a Trump Airlines plane bound straight for Tel Aviv.