Today (2020), on the evening of November 7, Israel time, after the Sabbath ended, a number of international and American media, including the Associated Press, announced that the Democratic Party's Joe Biden was confirmed to be elected as the 46th term. President of the United States; it was not until the morning of the next day in Israel (November 8) that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin publicly sent election congratulations to Biden; Netanyahu is still tweeting In the special congratulatory message.
He mentioned that he has a deep personal friendship with Biden for nearly 40 years, and looks forward to working with Biden to deepen the photo background removing special alliance between the United States and Israel. Netanyahu then sent another tweet thanking the unsuccessful President Donald Trump for taking the U.S.-Israel alliance to an unprecedented peak during his tenure in office. Indeed, the Trump administration over the past four years has made several policies that are considered quite "pro-Israel"; Netanyahu and Trump's predecessor, President Barack Obama, have also demonstrated a similar Friendly personal relationship. As Obama's vice president, Biden can't help but wonder whether the U.S. government under his leadership will make a policy turn in U.S.-Israel relations, and if so, how much will the turn be?
A powerful Jewish lobby? American political scientists John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt published an article in 2006 about the huge influence of the "Jewish lobbies" in American politics. In short, the two argue that strong U.S. support for Israel is, in some cases, contrary to U.S. strategic interests and morally untenable; , the effective lobbying of the US executive branch, Congress, the media and university campuses for many years has led to the US government's strong support for Israel for decades. Those who agree with Mearsheimer and Walter often cite the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a lobbying group that is widely regarded as quite pro-Israeli (Note 1), as an example. AIPAC was established in 1951. Since the 1970s, it has exerted a great influence on the