- There are speculations that Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has cut off ties with the President Donald Trump-led administration of the US
- The notion came after Netanyahu deleted a joint photo with Trump which he had used as his Twitter banner
- Before this, Netanyahu had congratulated Joe Biden on his election victory
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It seems that after the United States (US) Senate confirmed Joe Biden Electoral College, President Donald Trump has continued to suffer bad fates.
From impeachment threats just days to the end of his administration, the resignation of some of his ministers including his failed alleged attempt to get his vice, Mike Pence, to discredit the Electoral College, it has been one bad news after another.
Just recently the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, deleted a joint photo with President Trump from his Twitter profile picture.
The initial photo was seen as denoting friendship and alliance between Israel and the Trump-led administration.
The Israeli leader's action on Tuesday, January 18, came after he congratulated Biden.
The Israeli leader now has as his Twitter banner a photo of him taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Meanwhile, it was reported that before the invasion of Capitol Hill in Washington DC many of President Trump's supporters, the US leader was being prayed for by a group of pastors in the White House.
The prayers, offered on Wednesday, January 6, were aimed at helping Trump overcome the travails and ordeals he has been through especially after the last presidential election (which did not end well for him), and perhaps by divine intervention overturned the outcome of the poll.
In a video clip shared by two of those pastors on their joint Twitter page, @DiamondandSilk, Trump was seen closing his eyes intently while the Christian clerics laid their hands on his shoulders in prayer.
However, just a few hours after this session, the US Senate confirmed and certified Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.
This was, of course, came on the heels of the Capitol Hill invasion by many pro-Trump supporters, a development that attracted mixed reactions from nations that have been seen as allies of the US.
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