PM refuses to tell Channel 1 why he won’t speak to Raviv Drucker

Netanyahu tells Channel 1 he will answer “any question” except why he would not speak to Channel 10 journalist Raviv Drucker.

Asked whether it has any connection with Drucker’s investigative journalism — Drucker was the journalist who revealed the “Bibi-Tours” affair — Netanyahu answers “of course.”

On his interview to Channel 1 Netanyahu also says that his wife Sara “has been attacked more than any prime minister’s wife — or maybe any woman” in Israeli public life.

When asked about his future should he lose the election, Netanyahu says “I do not deal with retirement, I deal with victory.”

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