by Sara Noble

Romney said Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. If he is elected, he will be the first president to make such a declaration. Romney said the capital should be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

In his meeting with Netanyahu, Romney pledged to “stand with Israel.”

Romney says the United States must be “unapologetic ambassadors” to push to advance the values that the United States and Israel share.

He agrees with Israel that Iran must not be allowed to obtain a nuclear weapon. He supports Israel’s right to defend herself. Romney supports negotiations and peaceful approaches first.

Romney said in an interview on CBS’ Face the Nation that Iran “must not become a nuclear nation” and that the situation is the “greatest single” threat faced by the United States. He declined to highlight the specific differences between his and President Obama’s foreign policies since he is a guest in another country. [Fox News]

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