Boehner argued that the U.S.-Israeli relationship has been strengthened in recent months.
Netanyahu also warned of a “Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis” that is “very dangerous for humanity.”
Israel's recent election was a clarifying moment.
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"This administration should be better than this," Rep. Kevin McCarthy said.
The president said he'll re-evaluate options on the Middle East after Netanyahu's win.
Boehner will lead a GOP delegation meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu.
Josh Earnest said the Israeli leader "walked back" from commitments to a two-state solution.
Netanyahu said "circumstances have to change."
The GOP senator said, "that's a terrible precedent that he's set."
Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle want the president to bury the hatchet.
An aide said Kerry called Netanyahu to congratulate him; Obama will call soon.
Netanyahu's top strategist compares Israel to U.S. elections post-Citizens United.
"That sounds pretty personal to me," the senator said.
Obama described his relationship with the Israeli leader as "very businesslike."
"There was money moving that included taxpayer U.S. dollars," John McLaughlin said.
"The president has his priorities so screwed it, it's unbelievable," McCain said.
The South Carolina Republican spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday.
The call comes two days after a big election win for Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud Party.
“I’m very proud to be the prime minister of all of Israel’s citizens, Arabs and Jews alike."
Netanyahu's conservative Likud Party won a major electoral victory on Tuesday.
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Netanyahu rejected the so-called two-state solution earlier this week.
"It helped him consolidate his coalition," the congressman said.