Campaign ad critical of Obama's Iran policy uses Netanyahu
New campaign spot to be aired in Florida on Thursday is the work of a super PAC, which does not have to disclose its donors • In excerpt from speech used in the ad, Netanyahu asks: "The world tells Israel, 'Wait, there's still time.' And I say, 'Wait for what? Wait until when?'"
Israel Hayom Staff
Coming out against current U.S. policy. Netanyahu and Romney greet each other, in July.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not embarked on any early election campaign, and he certainly isn't running for office in the U.S., but a speech he made last week questioning U.S. policy on the issue of Iran's nuclear program is being used in a U.S. presidential campaign ad that is to be aired in Florida on Thursday.
The campaign spot, titled, "America, waiting until when?" is the work of a super PAC called Secure America Now — which, due to its tax status, does not have to disclose its donors.
In the ad, which criticizes the Obama administration’s Iran policy, Netanyahu is seen asking: "The world tells Israel, 'Wait, there's still time.’ And I say, 'Wait for what? Wait until when?'"