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Obama says US to 're-assess' options after Netanyahu win

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu next to Likud Party leaders after exit poll figures in Israel's parliamentary elections late on March 17, 2015 in the city of Tel AvivPresident Barack Obama on Thursday warned Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington will “re-assess” its policies after the prime minister’s election win called into question crucial US diplomatic cover for Israel at the UN. Two full days after Netanyahu’s shock election victory, the White House said Obama called the Israeli leader to congratulate him — though the message was decidedly lukewarm. Obama warned that the veteran Israeli leader’s last-minute campaign pledge to oppose the creation of a Palestinian state and comments about Israeli Arabs voting in “droves” would force a rethink in Washington.

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