anchorman, could become the second largest party in the Knesset, should the journalist decide to enter politics. If Lapid chooses to set up a new party, it would receive 15 Knesset seats in Israel's next elections, as opposed to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's party, Yisrael Beiteinu, which would receive 14 seats. Likud would remain the largest party in the Knesset, with 24 seats, and the Labor Party would tie in second place with Lapid's party with 15 seats. Kadima would lose the most seats in the next election, receiving only 10 seats as opposed to the 28 seats it received in the last election. Lapid is said to have been considering going into politics since the 2009 general election, but has denied it whenever asked.