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Netanyahu Takes To Social Media On Election Day

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Netanyahu Takes To Social Media On Election Day

Netanyahu Takes To Social Media On Election Day

Reuters reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reached out directly to voters on social media on Tuesday, with broadcast and traditional media outlets off-limits for campaigning on election day.

The media-savvy right-wing leader posted a link on Twitter and Facebook with a video message in Hebrew saying: “Good morning.

This morning I am asking to speak with you, personally, through messenger.

All it takes is one click on the link.

I’m waiting.”

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