Published On: Tue, Jun 11th, 2019

Yair Netanyahu in the US is shopping for Dad’s Elections

Yair Netanyahu, the far-right extremist son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is visiting the United States, acting as a special envoy for his father's elections.

Yair Netanyahu, the far-right extremist son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is visiting the United States, acting as a special envoy for his father’s elections.

He is meeting with some people, including a senior campaign adviser to President Trump, Katrina Pearson, a Tea Party activist, and communications consultant. She was the national spokesperson for the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign. In March 2018, the Trump 2020 campaign hired Pierson as a senior adviser. Currently, she is a news anchor Tucker Carlson of Fox News.

Netanyahu, the son, come to the US with hands full with presents for president Donald Trump.

During his visit, he was interviewed on the White House Brief, where he said that President Trump will be remembered as one of the greatest leaders for the State of Israel and the Jewish people.

“The Jewish people still remember King Cyrus of Persia who recognized Jerusalem 2,500 years ago,” said Netanyahu, repeating his father’s saying when he talks about President Trump. Cyrus’s declaration refers to the right to build the Second Temple.

“Most Israelis admire America and admire Trump, he is a rock star in Israel,” continued Netanyahu, who only right-wing media been interested in the interview. He has never been interviewed before. Not for the Israeli media, nor for the foreign press.

The interview was held with John Miller, the White House reporter for the right-wing media agency BlazeTV. Blaze was founded by broadcasters Glenn Beck and Mark Levine, based on the conservative right-wing radio programs of the two.

Miller responded to Netanyahu’s remarks about president Trump and said: “He does so much for Israel. I wanted him to do some of the things here in the US.”

Yair Netanyahu was asked also about the fence along the Israeli-Egyptian border and how it solved the problem of the flow of migrant workers and infiltrators who arrived in Israel. He supported his father and said that without the fence, hundreds of thousands of people would have poured into Israel, “which would have led to the destruction of the state.”

 

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