Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) expressed his wish for Israel to replace its long-serving Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, amid the Middle-Eastern country’s war with Hamas.

What Happened: Sanders voiced his opinion during CNN’s “State of the Union” interview, stating that Netanyahu was ill-equipped to handle the intricate issue of Palestinian sovereignty.

"I hope [voters] get rid of him," he said.

Sanders’ hope is for Israeli voters to “put in a government which understands the severity of the crisis.”

While Sanders maintained that Israel has the right to ...

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