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Obama, Netanyahu share one-liners over "red line"

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: Differences between U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over setting a "red line" for Iran's nuclear project were never a joking matter. Until now, when both leaders uncorked some rapid fire one-liners during Obama's tour of a partially U.S.-funded anti-missile system that he inspected after a red carpet welcome ceremony on Wednesday at Tel Aviv airport. "Where do you want to start?" Obama asked an Israeli military official, in a comment picked up by TV cameras providing close coverage of the president and Netanyahu walking together toward the battery. "We are following the red line, sir," the officer replied matter-of-factly, referring to a red line painted on the tarmac that led to the missiles. "The red line, okay," said Obama, who smiled, gestured with his thumb toward Netanyahu and said: "He's always talking to me about red lines." It was a rare moment of levity betwe

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