Likud MK Glick congratulates Trump, calls for him to visit Judea and Samaria

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November 9, 2016 09:06

 
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Likud MK Yehuda Glick on Wednesday congratulated Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on his seemingly impending victory in Tuesday's US presidential election.

"It appears that the American people are tired of hypocrisy and political correctness and prefer straight talk," Glick said. Glick expressed hope that Trump would "ascend the Temple Mount and lead from the source of light and energy a dialogue of world reconciliation and peace."

The Likud MK invited Trump to "visit Israel and Judea and Samaria to see for himself, as he claimed, that settlement is the way to peace."

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