Benjamin Netanyahu will join Yediot Ahronot, the country’s widest circulation newspaper, as senior correspondent and head of the editorial board, The Kibbitzer has learned.
Netanyahu’s beat will cover the prime minister, his family, his rich friends, his lawyers and lackeys, the prime minister’s office and any or all gifts, favors or benefits that may or may not have been exchanged.
Another beat covered by Netanyahu will be the Communications Ministry, which, coincidentally is also headed by the prime minister.
“We are delighted to have such a seasoned and experienced journalist as Netanyahu on our team,” Yediot Ahronot publisher Noni Mozes told The Kibbitzer.
“We have no doubt that he will make a tremendous contribution to our well-earned reputation for honest, fearless and hard-hitting journalism.”
A spokesman for Netanyahu said that he intended bringing his well-known brand of principled and fair journalism, as well as his overriding concern for the little man, to his new job.
“His record speaks for itself,” the spokesman said.