Clinton tells Israel she'll safeguard its 'military edge'

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a voter registration rally in North Carolina on September 8, 2016US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says that if elected she would work with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make sure Israel’s strategic military edge is preserved. “Shortly after being inaugurated I would invite the prime minister to Washington for meetings, I would send my joint chiefs and intelligence experts to Israel to meet with their counterparts,” she said in an interview with Israeli Channel Two television aired on Thursday. “What we need to do first and foremost (is) to be sure that qualitative military edge is unmatched,” she said.

Share this article