Amid news of Iran deal, opposition leader Herzog to fly to the US

Amid news of the nuclear deal reached between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers, opposition leader Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) announced Tuesday that he will be leaving for the US in the coming days to "demand a dramatic package of security measures for Israel."
Voicing his dissapointment, Herzog noted that the deal with Iran, a country that "funds, trains and nurtures terrorist organizations," was both detrimental to Israel and to it's future.
"In regards to security, I am more extreme than Netanyahu," Herzog remarked. "In light of the situation, we must do everything within our power to improve our security," he continued.