President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sounded conciliatory notes as they began their meeting at the White House Monday, with Netanyahu noting “shared values,” “shared interests,” and “a shared destiny.”
Obama nodded toward the sharp differences the two leaders have over the wisdom of the Iran nuclear deal, which Netanyahu lobbied heavily against and which Obama saw as an important part of his diplomacy.
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