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  • Jan Markell interviews Bill Koenig about  “Revealed – Obama’s Legacy” in program 1 and other news in program 2. 

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  • (photo: Jerusalem Post)

    The former president, Shimon Peres's condition has dramatically worsened on Tuesday, according to Channel 10.

    Doctors fear that the functioning of his vital organs will start to shut down. 

    Peres suffered a stroke on September 14, after which he was immediately hospitalized and taken to the Tel HaShomer Medical Center under the supervision of his son-in-law, Dr. Rafi Walden.

  • Trump and Netanyahu meeting on Sunday. (photo: Times of Israel)

    Donald Trump would fight "eternally" to keep Jews in Judea and Samaria if he makes it to the White House, according to one of the Republican contender’s top advisors.

    “The Republican platform on Israel is the strongest that either party has ever developed in the history of this country,” Trump’s aid on Israeli affairs David Friedman.

    During a closed door meeting with Israelis two weeks ago, Friedman spoke of the unprecedented support that Trump intends to provide to the Jewish state should he be elected president of the United States in November. Evidence of that support, he said, can be seen in the significant changes made to the Republican party’s platform this year.

  • (photos: Jerusalem Post)

    Donald Trump said he will release his tax returns ... on one condition.

    "I will release my tax returns — against my lawyer's wishes — when [Hillary Clinton] releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted," he said, prompting cheers from some members of the crowd.

    Clinton responded by suggesting Trump might be reluctant to disclose his tax returns because they may reveal that he is not as rich or charitable as he says he is.

  • But the candidates' leads are narrow enough -- 5 percent or less -- in 12 states to classify them as swing states, meaning 156 electoral votes could be up for grabs.

  • Trump, Netanyahu, and Clinton (photos: Reuters)

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Army Radio Monday morning, following his meetings with presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. 

    The prime minster spoke of his meetings with the presidential candidates as well as recent comments made by former prime minster Ehud Barak. 

    Netanahu stated the he will not intervene in American politics and that both candidates are "well versed in Israeli affairs."

  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. (photo: Kobi Gideon, GPO)

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton in New York for just under an hour on Sunday night.

    Clinton told Netanyahu that a "strong and vibrant Israel is vital to the US," according to one of her aides, "because we share overarching strategic interests and the common values of democracy, equality, tolerance, and pluralism." 

    The former secretary of state gave her backing to the recently signed $38b. military aid package, and pledged to take the bilateral relationship "to the next level," as her Republican rival Donald Trump also did earlier in the day during his sit-down with the prime minister.

  • Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu meet at the Trump tower. (photo credit:KOBI GIDON / GPO)

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hosted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu privately in his gilded Trump Tower apartment for nearly an hour and a half on Sunday morning.

    Under a Trump presidency, the United States will "finally accept the longstanding congressional mandate to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel," his campaign said in a description of the meeting, which was closed to the press.

    The two figures also discussed "at length Israel's successful experience with a security fence," which Trump has cited as a model for his proposed US border wall with Mexico, the campaign said, as well as "the nuclear deal with Iran, the battle against ISIS and many other regional security concerns."

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“The men who have done the most for God in this world have been early on their knees. He who fritters away the early morning, its opportunity and freshness, in other pursuits than seeking God will make poor headway seeking Him the rest of the day. If God is not first in our thoughts and efforts in the morning, He will be in the last place the remainder of the day.” 
― E.M. Bounds