Netanyahu Outlines Opposition to Iran Deal in Jerusalem Meetings With US Lawmakers
As the battle over the Iran nuclear agreement continues to rattle the American political establishment, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week hosted two delegations of U.S. congressmen from both sides of the aisle in Jerusalem.
During both meetings, Netanyahu argued strongly against the deal, but stopped short of explicitly calling on the legislators to vote against it in Congress next month. “He made his case very expansively without trying to pressure anyone how to vote,” a source with intimate knowledge of the meetings told The Times of Israel.
Read full story at The Times of Israel.