Blue and White party chief Benny Gantz said Monday that if he wins Tuesday’s general election, he expects the Trump administration to delay the roll-out if its Israeli-Palestinian peace plan until after he forms a government.
“I expect the American administration to see that I won the elections, and to hold off with their plans until I can form a government,” Gantz said in an interview with the Walla news site. “After that, we can sit down and discuss the plan in an organized and orderly way.”
He promised to seriously consider whatever the US proposed for the region, and said he hoped the White House had not already given Netanyahu details of its long-awaited plan.
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