Netanyahu has ‘great respect’ for Obama

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a Washington audience on Monday that he has “great respect” for President Obama.

He also said the last thing he wanted for was the U.S.-Israeli relationship to be politicized.

The Israeli leader’s comments to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) come one day before he is expected to use a speech to Congress to criticize the Obama administration’s nuclear negotiations with Iran.

The Hill's Molly Hooper reports on the controversy surrounding Netanyahu's Tuesday address and his response to critics.