Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress at 10 a.m. Central Tuesday.
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Here's what NPR has to say about his address:
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — a day after saying the U.S. and Israel agree that Iran should not have nuclear weapons but "disagree on the best way" to prevent that from happening — will outline to Congress what he sees as the threats posed by the Islamic republic.
His comments today come after President Obama told Reuters that a long-term deal with Iran is the best way to ensure the Islamic republic doesn't obtain a nuclear weapon, and that Netanyahu's speech to Congress — which came about without White House input — "isn't permanently destructive" to the U.S-Israeli relationship. Susan Rice, Obama's national security adviser, said last night that the Israeli leader's planned remarks had "injected a degree of partisanship" that is "destructive to the fabric of the relationship."