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Even for Netanyahu Trump becomes History

Benjamin Netanyahu didn’t wait until January 20th. He removed U.S. President Donald Trump from his Twitter account photo, taking distance


On Tuesday, one day before the expected U.S president Donald Trump second impeachment due to last week’s storming of the Capitol, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu removed the Republican leader photo banner from his personal Twitter account in effort to break ties with him.

In the photo, which had long taken pride for hin, Netanyahu sitting next to his political ally at a meeting in the White House showing off his close ties with the unconventional U.S president and his popularity in Israel.


The president, who is about to become history memoiar, was replaced by photo in which Netanyahu being injected with the coronavirus vaccine. A photo he is about to use for his capmaign for the election set up on March, 23.

Netanyahu had kept the photo of his meeting with Trump on his account even after he defeat by Democratic President-elect Joe Biden in November 2020.

No explanation was given by Netanyahu for Trump’s disappearance.

Trump’s Twitter account was permanently suspended on Friday. The social media giant described his tweets as risk of further incitement to violence.

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