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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly told a former senior official he would be willing to leave political life if there were a worthy successor, amid a series of corruption scandals and persistent rumors of early elections.

Netanyahu made the comment to an unnamed senior law enforcement official,  saying he would leave political life “tomorrow,” according to a Channel 10 news report Sunday.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I am willing to leave my job as prime minister tomorrow, only I don’t have anyone to whom to entrust the keys,” the prime minister was quoted by the channel as telling an unnamed senior official.

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