Love from Mississippi

Phil Bryant, governor of Mississippi, speaks about the U.S.-Israel relationship.

December 6, 2018 18:06
3 minute read.
Love from Mississippi

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. (photo credit: YOSSI ZAMIR)


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Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, a Republican who passionately supports Israel, was the keynote speaker at the Third Jerusalem Leaders Summit at the Inbal Hotel on November 18, nine days before the US Senate runoff in his state. I interviewed Bryant before he was presented with The Distinguished Leadership Award for “strengthening the Israel-US strategic partnership” by summit co-founders Joel Anand Samy and Natasha Srdoc, and board member Beth Saunders, whose husband, Sanford Saunders – a founding member and rule-of-law expert – died last year.


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