Trump congratulates Netanyahu on breaking leadership record – American Politics
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US President Trump also took to Twitter on Sunday night to exchange tweets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulating him on surpassing David Ben-Gurion over the weekend as Israel’s longest serving leader.
Trump tweeted, “Congratulations to Bibi @Netanyahu on becoming the longest serving PM in the history of Israel. Under your leadership, Israel has become a technology powerhouse and a world class economy….”
Congratulations to Bibi @Netanyahu on becoming the longest serving PM in the history of Israel. Under your leadership, Israel has become a technology powerhouse and a world class economy….
Netanyahu in turn responded by thanking Trump and praising Israel’s alliance with the US.
Thank you, President Trump, for your warm words, outstanding support & incredible friendship. I’m honored to have the opportunity to work with you. Under your leadership, we’ve made the alliance between our two remarkable countries stronger than ever. I know there’s more to come. https://t.co/FeEXPhYMj7
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) July 21, 2019
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