Netanyahu: Suspicions Against Me Unfounded, Media Pressuring Law Enforcement

Politicians respond to report that police have recordings of Netanyahu negotiating mutual benefits with businessmen. Israeli coalition chairman: Netanyahu could remain in power even if indicted; MK Zehava Galon calls on attorney general to resign over conflict of interest; MK Amsalem accuses police of plotting coup.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday morning that after undergoing two rounds of investigations he believes that the suspicions against him are unfounded.