I'll just remind you that last week Netanyahu said this publicly in reference to the current negotiations with Iran about their development of nuclear weapons:
We will do everything and will take any action to foil this bad and dangerous agreement.So this shouldn't surprise us:
The decision to reduce the exchange of sensitive information about the Iran talks was prompted by concerns that Netanyahu’s office had given Israeli journalists sensitive details of the U.S. position.What appears to be happening is that one of the actions Netanyahu has taken in an attempt to foil an agreement is that he has leaked misleading information about the contents of a potential deal to Israeli journalists. When he has as much as embraced a "by any means necessary" to ensure the failure of negotiations, I suspect this is just the beginning.
That's why anyone who is interested in avoiding a war with Iran over nuclear weapons should be shunning Netanyahu as a pariah instead of suggesting that Congress and the American people need to hear what he has to say.