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Netanyahu Finally Gets It – the Next Gatekeeper Won't Offer Celebrity Discounts

Netanyahu is heading for the plea deal of the century ■ Bennett, meanwhile, is battling both COVID and the 'agents of chaos sowing fear,' but has kept silent during the Bedouin protests in the south

Yossi Verter
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When the late Jacob Weinroth, Benjamin Netanyahu’s attorney and confidant, suggested that his client take the money and run – that is, agree to a plea deal – the corruption cases involving favors for positive news coverage didn’t even exist yet. There was simply the lavish-gifts case.

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