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.
Paul's top digital strategist has been working for Netanyahu's party for more than six weeks.
"It's the worst that I've ever seen in my lifetime," McCain said.
Press secretary Josh Earnest said the relationship is "bigger than any single diplomat."
Inviting Netanyahu was outside precedent and without foundation in law.
"This is most important relationship we have in world," McDonough said.
The delay could be seen as an olive branch to the Obama administration.
More and more countries are willing to take direct action to subvert stalemated talks.
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.
Rep. John Lewis said the invitation to Netanyahu was "an affront to the president."
Top House Democrats huddled with Israeli officials on Wednesday.
Israeli leader's controversial speech to Congress comes just before a tough election at home.
Netanyahu's visit comes two weeks before Israeli elections.
Netanyahu's acceptance of Boehner's invitation will play well to his domestic audience.
An official said a meeting would come too close to elections in Israel.
Netanyahu would speak to the joint session next month.
Lawmakers want the Palestinian Authority to withdraw from an international court.