Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked with Candy about his commitment to defending Israel from any threat. "Well, I hope that we can achieve a far better deal," he said, discussing the new proposal by world leaders to address Iran's nuclear capabilities. "The president and I have agreed on many things, and we agree that Israel always reserves the right to defend itself against any threat."
The Israeli PM says a bad Iran deal could lead to a "military option" which is "exactly the place you don't want to be."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on disagreements with the U.S. over an Iran nuclear deal and sanctions.
"I’m the prime minister of Israel and I have to care for the survival of my country. And Iran maintaining its nuclear weapons capability that is the capacity to produce nuclear weapons threatens directly the future of the Jewish state."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the U.S. must establish a clear "red line" that Iran cannot cross with its nuclear program, if it wants to avoid war.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to press the U.S to set a clear red line for Iran’s development of nuclear weapons, and responds to criticism that he’s trying to inject himself into the election between Obama and Romney.