Megyn Kelly, in an interview that will air tonight, asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about new reports that the White House could work with the United Nations to pressure Israel on a peace deal with the Palestinians. 

It would represent a shift in longstanding U.S. policy against U.N. intervention in the talks. 

Another report Thursday said the Obama administration is looking at supporting a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for peace talks and a comprehensive settlement.

"I hope that's not true, and I think that President Obama has said time and time again, as I've said, that the only path to a peace agreement is an agreement, a negotiated agreement. You can't impose it," he said.

"You can't force the people of Israel, who've just elected me by a wide margin to bring them peace and security, to secure the State of Israel, to accept terms that would endanger the very survival of the State of Israel. I don't think that's the direction of American policy. I hope it's not."

Shortly before his re-election victory Tuesday, Netanyahu declared that he would not support a Palestinian state, placing him at odds with President Obama on the issue. 

Watch the must-see interview, tonight at 9p/12a ET on "The Kelly File," as Netanyahu also addresses the Iran threat, his re-election, and his relationship with Obama.

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