Iran must halt nuclear work for at least a decade to reach a deal with the U.S., President Barack Obama said Monday in an interview ahead of a speech to Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In an interview with Reuters, Obama said there was a "substantial disagreement" between his administration and the Israeli government on the issue of preventing Iran from getting nuclear weapons. Obama said he would be willing to meet Netanyahu if the Israeli leader wins re-election.
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