I thought the prime minister held his own with David Gregory especially when Gregory challenged him when it came to the American political calendar and whether he thought a President Mitt Romney would be good for relations with Israel.
Netanyahu refused to endorse any particular candidate and stayed out of the presidential race.
There was a point, during the interview, when Gregory called Netanyahu the "leader of the Jewish people," which is as far from the truth as it could be.
Gregory later apologized on Twitter (1, 2) saying:
This am I called Israeli PM the leader of the Jewish ppl. Better to say he's leader of Jewish state. Didn't mean to imply all Jews believe he represents them.At least, David Gregory was wise enough to correct himself.