Most Israeli commentators today say this is crunch time for Netanyahu and his government. The U.S. is demanding up front concessions that may fracture Netanyahu's right wing coalition. Ben Caspit in the mass circulation Maariv writes: "When he sits down today with his forum of seven ministers, Benjamin Netanyahu will take a look around and ask himself if the time hasn't come to change its composition. It's politics time now."
Netanyahu will probably be spared any further escalation in his crisis with the U.S. by the intervention of the Jewish festival of Passover. It is reported the Americans will wait for his response until after the holiday, in about a week's time.
If Netanyahu can't or won't persuade his inner cabinet today to give in to U.S. pressure, some say the U.S. may publish its own broad vision of the final peace deal, something it has been reluctant to do so far. Given the current list of U.S. demands, it is unlikely such a vision may will appeal to Netanyahu.