Rudy Guiliani attacks Obama over Israel record

In endorsement of Mitt Romney, former NY mayor says US president trying to push Israel to "indefensible" 1967 borders.

July 28, 2012 12:11
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Giuliani in Boca Raton

Giuliani in Boca Raton 370. (photo credit: Screenshot)

In a glowing endorsement of presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in Florida, considered a "battleground state" for the upcoming US presidential election, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani condemned US President Barack Obama for being a "false friend" to Israel.

"Mitt Romney is on his way to the State of Israel,' Giuliani told a crowd of enthusiastic Republicans in Boca Raton, Florida. "President Obama has not set foot in the State of Israel since he's been president of the United States. He had time to go to Egypt. He had time to kiss the hand and bow down to the king of Saudi Arabia. He's had time to write letters to the [Iranian] Ayatollah, begging the Ayatollah to negotiate with him... But he hasn't had time to go to the State of Israel."