While the speech in Congress did come up during the meeting, the main focus was on the Iranian nuclear negotiations. Netanyahu is continuing to be outspoken in his opposition to the Iran deal.
The bill requires the Obama administration to send Congress regular, detailed reports on a range of issues including Iran's support for terrorism, ballistic missiles and nuclear programs.
Whether by intention or not, the American public needs to see this speech for what it was: an ally, perhaps representing other allies, calling America to take back the driver’s seat.
"Shift in policy" from prevention to containment of a nuclear Iran, Netanyahu says; Obama talks of urgency to reach a deal this month.
Netanyahu helped facilitate a liver transplant for former Mossad chief in 2012.
PM's comments come after Kerry said that he did not feel a sense of urgency to get any deal with Iran, saying "we have to get the right deal."
PM says his speech to Congress "hit home" and that it succeeded in getting people to understand there “is a problem” with the emerging deal.
Iranian FM Zarif says that Netanyahu's position reflects "bigotry" over facts.
Jeremy Bowen says claims he's an anti-Semite or a denier of the Holocaust are "untrue and offensive."
"I think it hurts their economy, there's no doubt about that. But I don't think it's decisive," Senator John McCain says.