Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will warn President Obama in White House talks Monday that Irans diplomatic sweet talk cannot be trusted and will urge him to keep up the pressure to prevent Tehran from being able to make a nuclear bomb.
Netanyahu arrived for the Oval Office meeting just three days after Obama and Iran President Rouhani spoke by telephone in the highest-level contact between the countries in more than three decades. The call fuelled hopes for a resolution of Irans decade-old nuclear standoff with the West.
Netanyahu does not care he is the only one ruining the party, an Israeli official earlier. He will tell the president better no deal than a bad deal, the official said.