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Lawmakers gave Naftali Bennett a crucial vote in Israel's Knesset Sunday, ousting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu was gracious in defeat, accusing the man set to replace him of carrying out "the greatest election fraud in the history of the country" and establishing a "dangerous" government.

"In Iran, they are celebrating today because they understand that from today, there is a weak and feeble government that will follow the instructions of the international community," Netanyahu said. He tweeted: "Whoever is right does not vote for a left-wing government, and whoever is for a left-wing government is not right."

Netanyahu's Likud party said "Bennett hijacked votes from the right and shifted them to the left in direct contradiction to his [campaign] pledges. If this isn't fraud we don't know what is."

In a parting speech Netanyahu also compared Biden's Iran policy to the refusal of the U.S. to bomb the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944, clearly deciding to damage the U.S.-Israel relationship for his own personal interests on his way out the door, angrily leaving nothing but scorched earth for the incoming government.

Hhmmm... Netanyahu sounds a lot like that orange sore loserman down in Florida.
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