Washington: The White House on Monday denied it will curb US aid to Israel in response to a bitter fight over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu`s bid to scuttle landmark negations with Iran.
As Netanyahu visited Washington to make the case against a looming deal with Tehran -- President Barack Obama`s top foreign policy goal -- the White House sought to quell reports that vast US military aid could be cut as a result.
Israeli media has suggested the Obama administration could trim some of the roughly $100 billion in existing aid and drag its feet on requests for more help with programs like the Magic Wand missile intercept system and the Arrow 3 weapon.
"The report is false" said Nation Security spokesperson Bernadette Meehan.
Obama has refused to meet Netanyahu during his visit the US capital.
Netanyahu has portrayed the split as a family disagreement, but stressed Israel`s right to act in its own interests.