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According to Politifact.com, in a story in Agence France Presse on Jan. 21, 2009, Abbas spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeina quoted Obama as saying, "This is my first phone call to a foreign leader and I'm making it only hours after I took office." This action in itself should tell everyone where Mr. Obama's priorities are. Israel should never trust Barack HUSSEIN Obama's motives. Politifact goes on to say that ONE of his next calls went to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. They called the statement "half-true", but grudgingly admitted that the call to Olmert may NOT HAVE BEEN call number 2. It may have been call number FOUR, because they say that also among the first four calls when Obama took office were calls to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, and to Jordan's King Abdullah. It doesn't really matter that Politifact says it's half-true, because Agence France Presse said it was the first call. There is NO OTHER information available about the order of the first four calls. If Obama's first call were to Israel, it probably would help him in the 2012 election. The White House has remained silent on the issue, which points to call number ONE being made to Mr. Abbas. Call number TWO, COULD HAVE been to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, but if a gambling man who bets with the odds were to put a substantial amount of money on it, given Obama's interactions with and attitudes displayed toward Israel, he would bet that Olmert was call number FOUR.