Trump is happily making moves to support his main international ally at present. Today he’ll receive Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, in a nicely-timed move to give him some international attention before the elections on the 9th of April. And last week he did him the favour of announcing he’d go along with a great lie: That the Golan Heights are sovereign territory of Israel. Not to stand out internationally, Netanyahu has gone ahead and done what seems to be the norm now, and made an alliance with the extreme right. Like Donald Trump, he is being investigated for corruption, though there is every chance he could remain in power, whether or not the electorate thinks he is guilty.