Netanyahu vows the 'the bots will flock to the ballots' - LIVE

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on Tuesday evening vowing that Likud members are 'proud bots" and thanked his ministers.

April 2, 2019 19:50
Netanyahu vows the 'the bots will flock to the ballots' - LIVE

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the nation in a public speech on Tuesday evening addressing the upcoming April 9 elections.

"We are a proud mob of bots," he said, and said that in the upcoming April 9 elections "the bots will flock to the ballots."

"The first thing we need to promise our future will not look like our past," he said, "is military might." 

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