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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally referred to Boris Johnson as Boris Yeltsin, the former Russian president who died in 2007

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally calls Boris Johnson Boris YELTSIN – the Russian president who was also sensitive to a comic photo call

  • Netanyahu made the blunder during a cabinet meeting after a visit to London
  • He wrongly referred to the British leader as former Russian President Boris Yeltin
  • The blunder was awkwardly hidden in an official state video released on Twitter
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally referred to Boris Johnson as Boris Yeltsin, the former Russian president who died in 2007.

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The blunder, made during a cabinet meeting on Sunday, was awkwardly covered with another Netanyahu clip named Boris Johnson.

The Israeli prime minister, who was live on television, had reported on his visit to London when he made the blunder.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally referred to Boris Johnson as Boris Yeltsin, the former Russian president who died in 2007

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally referred to Boris Johnson as Boris Yeltsin, the former Russian president who died in 2007

& # 39; I am back from a very pleasant visit to London, where I met Prime Minister Boris Yeltsin and the US Secretary of Defense, & he said.

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His ministers immediately point out his mistake, which Netanyahu laughs before correcting himself. & # 39; Boris Johnson, & # 39; he said.

He then said that he was checking that everyone was paying attention, generating polite laughter.

Images of the slip-up were edited later from the official state video released on Twitter by the Prime Minister's office.

His ministers immediately point out his mistake, which Netanyahu laughs before correcting himself. & # 39; Boris Johnson, & # 39; he said

His ministers immediately point out his mistake, which Netanyahu laughs before correcting himself. & # 39; Boris Johnson, & # 39; he said

He then said that he was checking that everyone was paying attention, generating polite laughter

He then said that he was checking that everyone was paying attention, generating polite laughter

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His ministers immediately point out his mistake, which Netanyahu laughs before correcting himself. & # 39; Boris Johnson, & # 39; he said

Boris Yeltsin dances at a rock concert after his arrival in Rostov in 1996. He is known for his drunken antics

Boris Yeltsin dances at a rock concert after his arrival in Rostov in 1996. He is known for his drunken antics

Boris Yeltsin dances at a rock concert after his arrival in Rostov in 1996. He is known for his drunken antics

The moment Netanyahu said Yeltsin was overlapped with another clip of him that & # 39; Boris Johnson & # 39; said.

Social media users with eagles quickly saw the blunder and triggered hilarious responses.

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A fake image circulated on Twitter and had Netanyahu & # 39; s on his election poster shake hands with a photo-shopped Yeltin on the body of American President Donald Trump.

A fake image circulated on Twitter and let Netanyahu & # 39; s shake his hand on his election poster with a photo-shopped Yeltin on the body of US President Donald Trump

A fake image circulated on Twitter and let Netanyahu & # 39; s shake his hand on his election poster with a photo-shopped Yeltin on the body of US President Donald Trump

A fake image circulated on Twitter and let Netanyahu & # 39; s shake his hand on his election poster with a photo-shopped Yeltin on the body of US President Donald Trump

Yeltsin, who was President of Russia from 1991 to 1999, was famous for his drunken antics and hilarious photo calls.

Bill Cinton once revealed that Yeltsin got so drunk during a presidential visit to Washington that he was found in his underpants outside the White House and tried to hail a taxi so he could go get a pizza.

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It comes when Israel runs the last week of a second general election in five months.

Netanyahu fought for political survival while being confronted with a possible indictment of corruption.

His campaign was named the leader with a long position as a veteran statesman, after he had developed special relationships with many world leaders.

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