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Mike Lee, Utah’s senator-elect and among the most prominent of Tea Party conservatives, met in Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Lee, who ousted moderate Republicans in primaries in the recent election, toured Israel last week under the auspices of the American Israel...