Bibi, you can trust me
Op-ed: Obama to use his personal charm, far-reaching pledges in bid to placate Netanyahu
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will enter the White House Monday to find presidential empathy and a big, tight embrace: In the play of horrors taking place against the Persian Gulf backdrop, the American president assumed the role of the man who would prevent the war with Iran.
Zero trust in Bibi
In front of the cameras, Obama will be praising Netanyahu for his leadership, concern, and historical vision. The American president will not be expressing his pent-up anger at the PM, who has been interfering in the Republican race and fueling Republican attacks on Obama.
Obama believes this is the only way he can win – on behalf of himself and the Free World – in the poker game against Ahmadinejad.