Benjamin Netanyahu is looking past his fraught relationship with President Barack Obama to a more lasting concern as he visits Washington next week: rebuilding Israel’s standing with American Democrats.
While he’ll meet with the president and speak at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, Israel’s prime minister also has arranged an address at the Center for American Progress, a Washington-based institution with ties to liberal Democratic groups and to Hillary Clinton, the front-runner fo...
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