No one took a swing. The Israeli and U.S. leaders met yesterday for the first time since Netanyahu’s congressional dust-up over the Iran nuclear deal. They focused on shared goals like keeping Tehran in check, thwarting terror and boosting Israeli security. Netanyahu called it one of his “best meetings” with Obama, who pushed for a new 10-year defense pact with Israel. Neither focused on animosity, opting instead to move forward with plans for the security agreement — signaling Obama’s intention to not let the historic American-Israeli alliance fall apart without a fight.