PM Netanyahu on Tuesday denied any wrongdoing as numerous investigations threatened to ensnare the Israeli prime minister, declaring he “won’t be toppled” and has “nothing to fear.”
Netanyahu spoke privately to senior officials, accusing the media and own party members of trying to remove him as prime minister, according to Kan, the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation.
“They are trying to get me and attempting to topple the Right,” Netanyahu said. “This is not new. They have been trying for many years. I don’t see us going to elections now.”
He added: “It’s not like I am going tomorrow and they are going to replace me. I don’t know what they want from me. I have nothing to fear. I don’t think I have a problem.” Read more at Fox News.