That’s the background as President Obama hosts Netanyahu at the White House, Monday, Nov. 9. This will be their first meeting since the nuclear agreement with Iran was announced in July.
Netanyahu was last in D.C. on March 3 to address a joint session of Congress at the invitation of then House Speaker John Boehner. President Obama chose not to meet with the Israeli prime minister, formally citing a long-standing precedent to avoid meeting with foreign leaders close to their nationa...
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