At the White House today, President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for the first time in more than a year. Despite their well-known disagreements, they pledged to get along. Netanyahu reaffirmed his commitment to the US-Israeli alliance and Obama acknowledged that, although there is disagreement over the Iran deal, there is consensus in "making sure that Iran does not get a nuclear weapon… and about the importance of us blunting destabilizing activities that Iran maybe taking place. Steven Mufson, White House correspondent for the Washington Post, has more on the story.
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