US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan confirmed that there are questions facing Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he must confront immediately after the end of the war with Hamas.
Sullivan indicated that Netanyahu was working to postpone those questions.
But he declined to comment on the claim that Netanyahu is interested in continuing the conflict in the Gaza Strip to remain in office.
It is noteworthy that the American newspaper Politico reported earlier, citing sources, that US President Joe Biden believes that Netanyahu’s political career is “coming to an end.”
According to the newspaper, the White House believes that Netanyahu's days as prime minister are numbered, and he will continue for several months or until the initial phase of the Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip is completed.
Politico indicated that Biden discussed in a personal conversation with Netanyahu his prospects as prime minister and invited him to think about the scenario he would present to his successor.
Also according to the US newspaper, representatives of the American administration are negotiating with former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, one of the opposition leaders, former Defense Minister Benny Gantz, and the leader of the parliamentary opposition, Yair Lapid.