David Brody sat down with Paul Ryan this weekend and asked him about the fact that Obama won’t meet with Netanyahu during the UN:
They called him an “apologizer in chief” who hasn’t been a good friend to Israel. Just this week, Obama said he wouldn’t have time to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“I’m really troubled by this,” Ryan told CBN News. “Israel is our greatest ally in the Middle East. Of all times when we need to show very little daylight if any between our relationship with Israel is now.”
“And so I think this fraying relationship with Israel bordering on contempt is the worst possible thing we should be doing at this time,” he said.
Below is the full segment where Ryan answers questions about the state of the race, the economy, the HHS mandate and Obamacare, and the tragedy that changed his life: