Friday, November 29, 2013

President Obama Asks Israeli PM Netanyahu For A 'Breather' On His Iran Nuclear Deal Criticism

US President Barack Obama speaks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in January 2012. (photo credit: Peter Souza/White House/File)

Report: Obama Asks Netanyahu For 'Breather' -- The Hill

President Obama requested Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu take a “breather” from his harsh criticism of the U.S. strategy regarding Iran during a call between the two leaders, The Washington Post reported on Thursday.

The request came as the administration girds up for a push in the next six months to reach a final settlement on Iran's nuclear program. The president reportedly urged Netanyahu to tone down his rhetoric for the sake of diplomacy and urged him to dispatch officials to Washington who could help negotiate a resolution agreeable to both countries.

The president called Netanyahu Sunday, promising to keep the Israeli leader up-to-date regarding the progress of negotiations for a final settlement. He also reaffirmed that the two countries share the same goal of a nuclear-free Iran.

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More News On President Obama Asking Israeli PM Netanyahu For A 'Breather' On His Iran Nuclear Deal Criticism

Obama to Netanyahu: Tone down Iran trash talk, please -- Washington Times
Obama Told Netanyahu: Don't be So Vocal About Iran Deal -- Arutz Sheva
Report: Obama asked Netanyahu for a 'breather' over Iran deal criticism -- American Thinker
Obama Asks Netanyahu for 'A Breather' From Iran Criticism -- Newsmax

My Comment: Here is an easy prediction .... Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is not going to listen to him.

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