Caroline Glick not chosen for Likud list

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 28, 2015 09:43

 
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'Jerusalem Post' senior contributing editor Caroline Glick will not be on the Likud list for Knesset, party sources said Wednesday.

Glick was among several candidates Netanyahu was considering for two slots reserved for candidates of the prime minister's choosing.

"The decision was never about me," Glick said. "It was about the prime minister trying to put together a list he thinks will create the widest possible support for the Likud in the election."

Glick praised Netanyahu and called him the best leader Israel has to face its current challenges.

The Likud list must be submitted to the central elections committee by 10 p.m. Thursday night.

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