Biden’s love-hate rela­tion­ship with Netanyahu nur­tures domes­tic headaches

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s staunch sup­port for Israel fol­low­ing Hamas’s dead­ly Oct. 7 ter­ror­ist attacks has splin­tered the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty despite the pres­i­den­t’s recent attempts to dis­tance him­self from Israeli Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Netanyahu’s mil­i­tary oper­a­tions in Gaza.
Biden and Netanyahu’s rela­tion­ship spans decades, dat­ing back to Biden’s time as a young sen­a­tor from Delaware. The two men first encoun­tered each oth­er while Netanyahu served in Israel’s Amer­i­can Embassy in Wash­ing­ton before being tapped to be Israel’s ambas­sador to the Unit­ed Nations.
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Though they have dis­agreed on pol­i­cy through­out the years, Biden’s recent sup­port for Israel in its war against Hamas large­ly echoes the pro-Israel stance he has held for the past five decades.
“They’re nev­er goi …