ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: After receiving his regular rounds of morning briefings today, President Obama will meet one-on-one with Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel in the Oval Office.
The two leaders will deliver statements to press and then hold a working lunch together in the Old Family Dining Room.
The meeting just comes one-day after President Obama for the first time said any future Israel/Palestine peace agreement should be generally based on the 1967 borders, which solicited a disapproving response from Netanyahu’s office.
Later in the afternoon Mr. Obama will visit, for the third time, the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.
White House press secretary Jay Carney said the president wanted to visit, “to thank them for the work they do every day to keep America safe and specifically for their excellent work in tracking down Osama bin Laden.”
The president will spend the rest of the day behind-closed-doors at the White House.