Netanyahu Faces 'Payback' After Obama Victory?
"This is probably not a very good morning for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,” Israel's Interior Minister Eli Yishai said Wednesday. Netanyahu and his Likud Party had actively supported Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in what Israeli opposition leader Shaul Mofaz described as “a rude, blunt, unprecedented, wanton and dangerous intervention in the United States election.” On January 22nd, the day after Obama's re-inauguration, Netanyahu will face Israeli voters in his own attempt to get re-elected.
Poll: Americans who vote from Israel favor Romney by 85 percent
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney may have Israeli-Americans to thank for putting him over the top in key battleground states like Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania should he win on Tuesday.
Romney, Obama pledge Israel backing, agree Iran strike last resort
WASHINGTON - U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney vied on Monday over who was Israel's strongest defender but both agreed that a military strike over Iran's nuclear program must be a "last resort."
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US: Romney Assails Obama’s “Passivity” in Foreign Policy, Middle East
WASHINGTON - In what was billed as a major foreign policy address, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney Monday assailed Barack Obama for “passivity” in the conduct of U.S. foreign policy, arguing that it was “time to change course” in the Middle East, in particular. Dispensing with some of the neo-conservative rhetoric he has used in the past, he nonetheless argued that the “risk of conflict in the region is higher now than when (Obama) took office” and that Washington should tie itself ever more closely to Israel.
Mitt Romney scheduled to talk with Israel's prime minister
U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are set to talk by phone on Friday, according to the Romney campaign.