Trump takes to stage at AIPAC

March 22, 2016 00:42


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Presidential candidate Donald Trump took to the stage Monday evening at the AIPAC conference in Washington D.C., opening his speech by announcing himself as a "lifelong supporter of Israel."

Trumping his role as the grand marshal of the pro-Israel parade in New York City in 2004, the candidate soon turned towards his policies on Israel, beginning by stating his commitment to "dismantling the disastrous deal with Iran."

Promising to focus on Iran's push to "dominate the region," Trump said he "knows how to deal with trouble," before summarizing his knowledge of the state of Middle East politics. He promised to dismantle Iran's "global terror network," and protect Israel from Iran's ballistic missiles.

Rounding on the United Nations, Trump promised action over Iran's breach of the resolutions banning it from missile tests. "We will, I promise we will."

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