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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he would do everything possible to scuttle a nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran.
"We will do everything to thwart a bad and dangerous deal that will cast a dark cloud on the future of the state of Israel and its security," Netanyahu said in a weekly cabinet meeting.
The remarks come amid a backlash over Netanyahu's planned speech to Congress next month, which some Democrats fear could undermine the ongoing nuclear talks. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) angered the Obama administration by inviting Netanyahu to address Congress without first notifying them.
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