2nd election, corruption charges place Netanyahu in jeopardy
Clip: 09/17/2019 | 9m 15s
Israelis went to the polls Tuesday for the second time this year, to determine whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's long tenure will continue. Netanyahu failed to achieve the required coalition after the regular election in April and was forced to call for a new one. He is also facing corruption allegations. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote reports and joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
Aired: 09/17/19Video has closed captioning.
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