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September 15, 2012 12:00 am

Romney Criticizes Obama for Declining Netanyahu Meeting

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Ynet – Republican Mitt Romney has criticized President Barack Obama for not planning to meet in person with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu next week, calling it “confusing and troubling.”

Speaking at a $4 million breakfast fundraiser at a New York hotel, the presidential candidate urged Obama to meet with Netanyahu on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly session.

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  • If the U.S. had a decent President, Netanyahu would not be coming to New York — and he would not need to talk about Iran’s nuclear capability. If the U.S. had a rational foreign policy, the UN would have been kicked out of the country, and the Iranian “nuclear capability” would be bombed out rubble.