REPORT: NETANYAHU TRIED TO DISMISS PMO LEGAL COUNSEL, WHO TESTIFIED IN HIS CASES

According to Haaretz, the premier asserted that Shlomit Barnea Farago no longer enjoyed his trust, but an attempt to fire her was blocked by the attorney general

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