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Netanyahu: Relationship with Obama One of ‘Mutual Respect and Mutual Appreciation’

There is much speculation about President Obama’s relationship with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but the PM of the Jewish State says, “Actually, it is quite good.”

“I think you get to a point of mutual respect,” said Netanyahu, describing his relationship with the president on Face the Nation. “You cut to the chase very quickly, you talk about the real things openly, as befitting real allies. I think we have a relationship of mutual respect and mutual appreciation.”

Ian Tuttle — Ian Tuttle is the former Thomas L. Rhodes Journalism Fellow at the National Review Institute.

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