"I haven't been offered [to meet Rouhani]. If I'm offered, I'd consider it, but it's not an issue. If I meet with these people I'd stick this question in their face: Are you prepared to dismantle your program completely? Because you can't stay with the [nuclear] enrichment," Netanyahu told Steve Inskeep on Morning Edition.The NPR interview was one of eight high-profile interviews that Netanyahu gave to American media since his speech on Tuesday at the UN, where he slammed Rouhani and vowed that Israel would take action alone, if necessary, to stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons.In addition to Inskeep, there were interviews over the past two days with BBC’s Persian language service, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, the Hispanic Univision network, CNN, Fox News, PBS/CBS and one of Sunday’s major political talk shows.The prime minister warned that Iran is developing missiles that can reach the US East Coast."They only have one purpose: nuclear payloads. And, by the way, not for us [Israel]. They have missiles that can reach [Israel]. Those ICBM missiles, projectiles, are for you, to reach the Eastern seaboard of the United States, which they'll do in a few years," Netanyahu asserted.He said Rouhani is offering the West a "fake deal" on Tehran's nuclear program in return for a relief in sanctions.