Obama Downplays U.S.-Israel Tensions After Meeting With Netanyahu

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu downplayed disagreements between their two countries as they met today amid a backdrop of chilly relations that many observers believe were exacerbated by Obama's Mideast policy speech Thursday. Speaking to reporters after their more than an hour and a half long meeting, Obama sought to diffuse the tensions, saying that differences will "happen between friends." The president's call Thursday for Israel's borders and a future...Full Story
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