"Police are questioning Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his home in Jerusalem Monday over allegations he and members of his family received illegal gifts from business owners. Netanyahu, who has denied any wrongdoing, told his critics ‘not to celebrate.’ Ron Lauder, a U.S. businessman and longtime friend of Netanyahu’s, reportedly told investigators he gave the prime minister various gifts and had paid for a trip for Yair Netanyahu, the Israeli leader’s son. Authorities say they believe the gifts were given in hopes of gaining influence. Haaretz adds: ‘Police are hoping their interrogation of Netanyahu will also shed additional light on a second more serious case whose full details have not yet been made public, sources privy to the investigation say. Details of this case were presented to Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit a few months ago.’"
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