While the GOP primaries go on in America, over here in Israel, Netanyahu has won another primary
against Moshe Feiglin. Unfortunately, Feiglin, who's become a perennial candidate for premiership and Knesset alike, as this article
suggests, he's not willing to concede gracefully, and is continuing his very sad grudge against Netanyahu, without showing any willingness to admit that his arrogance and overall complete disrespect
for a lot of the other people in the Likud is what makes him otherwise unsuitable to be a politician. On top of that, he's never held any kind of office, and if not, then how can he claim to be the "only" person suited for prime minister?
Almost 2 years ago, Makor Rishon reported that at least half of his support base left him, which tells that many may have woken up and realized that he's not all he wants people to think he is. Doesn't that tell the real reason why he didn't get the support he was hoping for?