Netanyahu: Whoever stays home, votes for others, allows the Left to win

March 4, 2019 20:37
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“I must warn you from the real danger that Likud voters will stay at home,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening.

“They want to take me of the game-court,” he said, “but it won’t work for them, when I’ll have a chance to present the truth all these cases will crumble to dust.” “They’ll ask us how dare we say the media is not objective,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening, “they know that faced with our mighty achievements they can’t beat us at the ballot.”

“The people will decide,” he said, “as the people are the rulers, not the media.”

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