Biden says he's not concerned Israel will launch attack on Iran

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April 8, 2009 01:22

 
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In an Tuesday with CNN, US Vice President Joe Biden was asked how worried he is that Israel, under Netanyahu, will launch a strike to take out Iran's nuclear facilities. "I don't believe that Prime Minister Netanyahu would do that," Biden said. "I think he would be ill-advised to do that. And so my level of concern is no different than it was a year ago." Biden was interviewed on CNN's "The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer."

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