Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Obama at the White House on Monday in his first trip back to Washington after an unsuccessful campaign to block the Iran nuclear deal. Award-winning journalist Rula Jebreal joined us to offer her take on the meeting between the two heads of state. Having recently returned from her native Israel, she weighed in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its impact on the rest of the globe.
In the clip below, Jebreal explains why Netanyahu's brazenness in interacting with the White House sets a dangerous precedent for future interaction between our two nations.
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