In excerpts released by Channel 2, prime minister and Yedioth Ahronoth publisher talk reduced number of copies and ads Israel Hayom to feature, in return for better coverage for Netanyahu in Mozes' daily.
He was the speaker on the tapes, he's the suspect and it was the attorney general who decided to launch investigations, but for Netanyahu, the media is to blame.
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