"The problem how to deal with this deal is something I'll discuss with president-elect Trump," Netanyahu said addressing the Saban Forum in Washington as quoted by the Haaretz newspaper.
According to the prime minister, Israel remains committed to prevent Tehran from development of nuclear weapons and military action against Iran may return on the agenda.
"When I say we're committed to prevent Iran, I mean we're committed," Netanyahu said when asked about the possibility of military action against Iran in case of Tehran's crossing some red lines.
Iran is developing a ballistic missile program, which threatens the United States, and supporting international terrorism, Netanyahu alleged.
Netanyahu, as a staunch opponent of the Iran nuclear deal, has repeatedly said that despite the fact of nuclear nuclear agreement with world powers Tehran had not abandoned its aim to obtain nuclear weapons.
During the 2016 presidential election, Trump was very critical of the Iran nuclear agreement, characterizing it as one of the worst in history.