What Bibi Will Do Now That He Lost Out to Bennett; Trump's Take on CNN's Interview with President Obama


After twelve years in office, during which a few pundits considered him to be the Magician of Israeli polititcs, Binyimin Netanyahu is out, and extreme right-wing Israeli politician Naftali Bennett is in.


Bennett (פְתָּלִי בֶּנֶט) is now Prime Minister of the Land of Milk and Honey because he received the support of a Palestinian Israeli political party which has seats in the Knesset ("Netanyahu, ‘King of Israel,’ Exits a Stage He Dominated” (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/13/world/middleeast/benjamin-netanyahu-israel-prime-minister.html?referringSource=articleShare).


Bibi (בִּנְיָמִין נְתַנְיָהוּ‎) is on trial for official corruption.


After Bennett was sworn in, Bibi said he’ll be back soon.


Netanyahu speaks English, and he also speaks Hebrew.


When John Boehner was Speaker of the U S House of Representataives, he invited Bibi to speak to a Joint Session of Congress without consulting President Obama or his Secretary of State.


So far as we here at AP can tell, Netanyahu does not speak Arabic, though street signs in Jerusalem are printed in Hebrew, English, and Arabic.


So we sent one of our most prominent and astute associate solitary reporters, Anshei Sochinski, to ask Bibi why he's no longer Prime Minister.


“Anshei, get the Sheol out of here, ‘cause I’m gonna send most of my nukes to Gaza to show Bennett and all the cowardly anti-Bibi politicians in My Country what a tough guy I am.”


At Mar-a-Lago, associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones asked Donald Trump what he thinks of President Obama’s interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, aired yesterday, in which Obama cogently demonstrated how he relates so successfully with all people, including young men of color. 


Trump told Jones to jump into the nearest source of water and never come back.