Dec 19, 2013
Iran Talk With Netanyahu and Obama
Posted on Mar 5, 2012
After reaffirming his support of Israel at an AIPAC conference on Sunday, President Obama met on Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, where one particular issue loomed large: Iran. The two heads of state struck a united pose, but differences in their strategies regarding a potential nuclear threat from Tehran, however unproven, were sure to frame the day’s discussion. —KA
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