Steinitz Slams Lapid: "His words reminded me of a 16-year-old"

November 30, 2014 11:41


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International relations minister Yuval Steinitz slammed Yair Lapid for his statements against Netanyahu on Saturday.

"He reminded me of a 16-year-old teenager," Steinitz said. "At first he asked to act independently. Said he didn't need to consult anyone--not economists, not the treasury, and not the prime minister--and now he's complaining that no one is assisting him," he added.

His words come following Lapid's accusations that Netanyahu and his government are dealing with the most petty politics.

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