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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
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter

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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