Giuliani: Obama should support Iranian, not Egyptian unrest

Former New York mayor and potential Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani called on the Obama Administration "to be more supportive of Israel" and more realistic about what the Jewish state is facing. Giuliani made the comments in an interview with Channel 10 aired on Saturday.
"America's mayor" said that he took issue with the Obama policy of attempting to "have a conversation with [Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad," saying that the US president's diplomatic attempts have been a mistake.
Regarding the recent unrest in Egypt, Giuliani expressed his disappointment that Obama was "supporting those who wanted to overthrow [former Egyptian president Hosni] Mubarak and not those trying to overthrow the regime in Iran."
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