'Netanyahu to speak before liberal group as part of fence-mending US trip'

October 28, 2015 05:22


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After his very public campaign denouncing the Iran nuclear deal, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will seek to make amends with American liberals by addressing a think tank closely aligned with the Democratic Party, the Huffington Post reported before dawn on Wednesday.

According to HuffPost, the Israeli government and AIPAC successfully lobbied the Center for American Progress to allow the premier to deliver a speech during an event at the institution on November 10.

Netanyahu is scheduled to travel to the United States next month. During his trip, the prime minister is due to meet US President Barack Obama at the White House.

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