On Saturday, July 20, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu became the longest-serving prime minister in Israeli history, beating Israel's first prime minister David Ben Gurion. Amotz Asa-El, a Jerusalem Post commentator and author of the best-selling The Jewish March of Folly, examines the positive side of his legacy. Speaking to reporter Arieh O’Sullivan, he said that Netanyahu’s mark was most strongly felt in his impact on the economy.