Opposition leader Herzog: Trump victory part of global Tsunami of change

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November 9, 2016 11:03

 
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Opposition leader Isaac Herzog responded to Donald Trump's presidential victory as a "continuation of a global trend of disgust with the old, power elite and the desire for swift and direct change."

He called the Trump election a "social, economic and leadership Tsunami" that is apparent the world over and said it could "lead to change in Israel as well."

Herzog emphasized how the US is a "powerful democracy" and  that the strong US-Israel relationship is a "security asset."

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