When Benjamin Netanyahu overtook David Ben-Gurion to become the longest-serving prime minister in Israeli history, his American counterpart and ally was among the first to send congratulations. Arutz Sheva’s Elad Benari reports on Trump trumpeting Netanyahu’s making history, as well as his service to make Israel a better place for all to live:
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US President Donald Trump on Sunday congratulated Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for passing David Ben Gurion and becoming the longest serving prime minister in the history of Israel.
“Under your leadership, Israel has become a technology powerhouse and a world class economy. Most importantly you have led Israel with a commitment to the values of democracy, freedom, and equal opportunity that both our nations cherish and share!” he tweeted.
Netanyahu later thanked Trump, writing, “Thank you, President Trump, for your warm words, outstanding support and 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…”