Why Israel won't bomb Iran's nuclear sites before Trump leaves office
Contributor: Tom Rogan
Israel is highly unlikely to launch military strikes against Iran's nuclear program before President Trump leaves office.
Some European officials apparently believe differently. Speaking to Business Insider, three security officials suggest that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might view the final two months of Trump's presidency as his last chance to eliminate Iran's nuclear program, with assurance of U.S. military support in the aftermath. But while it's true that President-elect Joe Biden is likely to be a more skeptical Israeli partner on Iran than is Trump, Israel won't judge a military strike in its interests.