Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will sit down with U-S President Obama Tomorrow in Washington.
It’s the first time in more than a year, the Middle East leader has met with the US President.
His agenda? To strengthen Israel’s security in the middle east.
The two leaders working on smoothing a recently rocky relationship in which both publically disagree about the Iran nuclear deal.
Prior to this trip, Netanyahu’s new chief spokesman Ron Baratz suggested Obama is anti-Semitic and that U-S Secretary of State John Kerry should not be taken seriously.
The Israeli PM, is expected to ask for a significant increase in military aid from $3 billion a year to $5 billion. White House sources say that’s a stretch, due to pressures calling for budget reductions.