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Iran-Israel Relations / Nuclear Program #1031684

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
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(Studio: Savannah Guthrie) Report introduced.

(Studio: Andrea Mitchell) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech at the U.N., where he illustrated how close Iran is to building a nuclear weapon, reviewed; scenes shown of him with a bomb diagram; details given about the tension between President Obama and Netanyahu. [NETANYAHU – says a red line should be drawn right here.] [Earlier at the U.N., OBAMA – says America wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy.] [Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael OREN†- says Netanyahu was showing the world the point at which we may no longer be able to stop Iran.] [Presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY – says Obama has thrown allies like Israel under the bus.] [On “60 Minutes,” OBAMA – says if Romney is suggesting we start another war he should say so.] The difference between American intelligence and Israel’s view discussed.

Guthrie, Savannah;
Mitchell, Andrea

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