Leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says if she is elected president next year, she will take the relationship between the United States and Israel 'to the next level. I would extend an invitation to the Israeli prime minister to come to the United States,” Clinton said on Sunday at the Saban Forum in Washington hosted by the Brookings Institution when asked about her first day in the White House, 'to work towards very much strengthening and intensifying our relationship on military matters.' Speaking to RT America last year, former US congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul said Hillary Clinton would be a pro-war, pro-military-industrial complex and pro-Federal Reserve president.
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