'Likud should look in the mirror if they are looking for someone to blame'

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 27, 2019 14:47
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Yisrael Beytenu Avigdor Liberman spoke at a press conference on Monday amid the coalition talks and Likud filing a bill to disperse the Knesset and head to recurring elections.

Bashing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Liberman said: "I have never seen someone who ran an election so convincingly and not reach an agreement with any party. They are trying to take the easy way out and blame it on me."

Liberman added that if the Likud wishes to find someone to blame, they should buy a mirror and look right into it.

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