Yair Lapid says there's 'no chance' he would join Kadima

January 20, 2012 02:07


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Former television news presenter and recently-announced political contender Yair Lapid said late Thursday night that "there is no chance" he will join Kadima.

In a note posted on his official Facebook page, Lapid described the party headed by opposition head Tzipi Livni as, "a group of cynical politicians who escaped from other parties." Nobody, he added, "has any idea in what Kadima politicians believe."

"There is no way I would join them," he wrote to his supporters, "Clear enough?"

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