Politico reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued his warnings to Congress on Tuesday not to trust Iran, or any promises its government may make in a nuclear deal. President Barack Obama quickly gave his response. He hadn’t watched, but “I did have a chance to take a look at the transcript, and as far as I can tell there was nothing new.” Netanyahu took his case to Congress, in a speech calculated to stir emotions as he tried to derail negotiations over lifting some sanctions in return for Iran curbing its nuclear weapons program. Obama said he’d continue making the case to Congress himself, but his response was firm. “Foreign policy runs through the executive branch and the president, not through other channels,” he told reporters in the Oval Office, at the start of a meeting with new Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.