Report: Trump to Release Israeli Spy Jonathan Pollard to Israel to Aid Netanyahu's Re-electionChris Menahan
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President Trump is allegedly set to release Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard to Israel in the coming weeks to aid Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election campaign.
President Obama first released Pollard from prison in 2015 to soften the blow of the Iran nuclear deal but insisted he not be allowed to travel to Israel.
From Times of Israel, "Likud source: Jonathan Pollard will be brought to Israel before election":
After the unveiling of the Trump peace plan and the expected imminent release of Israeli-American backpacker Naama Issachar from Russian prison, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could soon pull another rabbit out of his hat, ahead of the Knesset elections: bringing Jonathan Pollard to Israel.Netanyahu attempted to blackmail President Bill Clinton with racy Monica Lewinsky tapes to get Pollard released according to Daniel Halper's 2014 book, "Clinton Inc: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine."
From The Times of Israel, 23 July 2014, "Netanyahu said to have offered Lewinsky tapes for Pollard," subheadline, "New critical book on the Clinton family claims that Israel tapped White House phones, blackmailed president with recordings of intern":
Israel attempted to use tapes of former US president Bill Clinton's steamy conversations with intern Monica Lewinsky to leverage the release of Jonathan Pollard, a new book on the Clinton family's political enterprises has claimed. In the book, titled "Clinton Inc: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine," author Daniel Halper relies on on-the-record interviews with former officials together with a close analysis of documents termed "the Monica Files" to paint a salacious – and uncomplimentary – picture of one of the most prominent political families in the United States.
Halper cites seemingly corroborating information, including a contemporary New York Times article from November 1998 which reported that the two leaders had discussed Pollard's release during the ill-fated conference and that "the Israelis had told the president something that opened up the possibility of Pollard's release, something Clinton had explicitly ruled out during the first six years of his presidency." The Times article noted that a White House spokesman told a reporter that Clinton was simply "newly impressed by the force of Mr. Netanyahu's arguments."Does Netanyahu have blackmail on Trump?
It was revealed by Politico in September that Israel was allegedly caught spying on the White House with expensive, high tech Stingray devices.
In order to help Israel, President Trump:
- Pulled out of the Iran nuclear dealThese moves prompted Ann Coulter to exclaim in January that she wishes Trump would "do something for the people who voted for him" considering all he's done for Israel and his pro-Israel top donor, multibillionaire Sheldon Adelson.
It's a rather stark contrast from what Trump ran on in 2015 and 2016.
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