Tom Cotton, a leading opponent of the Iran deal, is on a weeklong trip to Israel.
The Isreali leader spent two hours with Dems visiting his country.
"Oppose this bad deal," Netanyahu bluntly told thousands of Americans.
More than 40 lawmakers will attend the two trips — one for Democrats, one for Republicans.
The president is making his case to skeptics on the nuclear accord.
Obama argues deal with help Israel's security.
Republicans are using Israel as a political football for partisan gain.
Boehner said he did not believe Iran would ever live up to its side of a bargain.
Netanyahu drew parallels to Nazi Germany.
More than a dozen Jewish groups on both sides of the debate participated.
“It would make no sense for us to essentially not make our case,” Obama adviser says.
The deal with Iran is a game-changer.
“We are opposed to a militarized nuclear program in Iran,” Netanyahu said.
The president met with nearly two dozen leaders from major Jewish organizations.
Netanyahu will address Jewish groups in the United States on the same day.
“This deal paves Iran’s path to a nuclear arsenal,” he said.
A war of words between the two leaders is only going to increase.
His views and actions suggest otherwise.
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Democrats are badly split on geographic and political lines over Iran legislation.
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"Israel should be able to defend itself, by itself," the government minister says.