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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets officially with President Trump for the first time Wednesday in Washington.
Netanyahu has high hopes for his country's relationship with the U.S. under a Trump presidency. So what's the relationship likely to look like? And where are things most likely to get complicated?
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Dov Waxman (@dovwaxman), professor of political science, international affairs and Israel studies at Northeastern University, and co-director of the school's Middle East Center.
This segment aired on February 15, 2017.
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