Rep. Jerry Nadler says the squabble "is not ultimately that important."
A group of Dems says Israeli leader is being used as a tool against Obama.
Rep. Ryan Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, slammed the White House event.
To maintain that image, what better prop than a security-themed speech before Congress?
Panetta said he hopes a "partisan presentation" is avoided.
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More than half of Congress's 27 Jewish Democrats have committed to attending the speech.
Rep. Mia Love will be the only Republican attending Tuesday's meeting at the White House.
Democrats face a difficult decision on whether to attend the address.
An Israeli official is now blaming Speaker Boehner for misleading Netanyahu.
Some Democrats plan to skip Netanyahu's March 3 address to Congress.
Obama may sit for interview to counter Israeli leader.
Jeb Bush accused Obama of "lobbing leaks and insults" against Netanyahu.
The GOP's wobbly act on the big stage is looking more like a circus every day.
A new generation will rise in Israel, and Netanyahu will not be part of it.
“There’s a serious threat facing the world," he said.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (Ore.) said the underlying motive for the speech was "outrageous."
House Democrats are circulating a letter urging the Speaker to push back the speech.
Netanyahu struck a defiant tone on Monday.
The Israeli prime minister faces mounting criticism from Democrats.
Boehner says speech will move forward, but Biden isn't going to show up.
His office said he will be traveling abroad on March 3.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee should remedy this situation by calling a second hearing.