Bennett began his term with clear goals, but what has he actually done?
On Facebook, Bennett repeated his familiar line that Netanyahu would not be sufficiently right-wing without the right-wing religious parties at his side in government.
Bennett said Netanyahu "only spoke with us through tweets and videos where he said incorrect things."
Her statement was said following the demolition of Barghouti's house as the Israeli authorities do following such terrorist attacks, as a deterrent for others considering carrying out such attacks.
By not entering into coalition government, Bennett will finally be able to step out of Netanyahu’s shadow and present the nation with his own right-wing vision.
“The decision is Netanyahu’s,” Bennett wrote on Twitter.
The Likud also complained that Yamina did not officially recommend to President Reuven Rivlin that Netanyahu form the next government, despite the party's campaign promises.
Support for Palestinian statehood “is a point of no-return. One can’t recognize and then un-recognize Palestinian statehood. It’s like un-cooking scrambled eggs,” Bennett said.
Bennett revealed that the Likud offered Yamina three very small portfolios but he rejected the offer, because he wanted real influence over a serious problem like the coronavirus.
Even if a solution is found for the party to stay in the government, it is presumed at this juncture that Bennett will not continue on as defense minister.