Netanyahu Takes Reporter Questions Ahead Of APIAC Speech

Reporters traveling with Benjamin Netanyahu were allowed to ask the Israeli prime minister questions. On Tuesday, Netanyahu addresses the pro-Israel group the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu does not grant many interviews to reporters based in Israel — except to those reporters who travel with him abroad.

Between his Oval Office meeting with President Trump and his keynote address before the pro-Israel group AIPAC, Netanyahu sat with a couple dozen reporters at a large round table Monday in the president's official guest house across the street from the White House, and answered questions.

Back home in Israel, Netanyahu and his spokespeople have given, and the major Israeli outlets.

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