Mandelblit: I am working as fast as I can, without cutting corners

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 17, 2019 20:08
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Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit said on Thursday that he is "working as quickly as I can without cutting any professional corners," Channel 12 news reported.

Sources who are close to Mandelblit said that "Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is dragging the nation down the drain." Mandelblit maintained that he is a professional and is unmoved by personal attacks against him.

He refused to comment on his option to maintain a working-relationship with Netanyahu should he decide the prime minister should face the court. 

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