Obama phones Netanyahu after White House snubs Israeli PM’s request to meet
U.S. president and Israeli PM discuss cooperation on security issues, including Iran, White House says; phone call comes after reports that White House declined Netanyahu’s request to meet Obama in Washington.
U.S. President Barack Obama phoned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday night, after reports that the White House declined the Israeli prime minister's request to meet with Obama during a UN conference in New York at the end of the month.
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