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Wolf Blitzer will sit down with Mitt Romney in Jerusalem on Sunday for a one-on-one interview with the presumptive GOP presidential nominee. The full interview airs Monday 4-7pm ET during “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” on CNN.
Israel is the second stop on Romney’s three-country tour meant to bolster his foreign policy credentials ahead of November’s general election. The 6-day trip also includes stops in the U.K. and Poland.
In Israel, Romney will also meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli President Shimon Peres and Salam Fayyad, the prime minister of the Palestinian National Authority. This will mark Romney’s fourth visit to Israel. He last traveled there in January 2011, and has had a long relationship with Netanyahu.
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