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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, campaigning for president in New Hampshire, said the U.S. would have “no right” to stop Israel from using military force to destroy Iran’s nuclear program.

Christie said Wednesday at a Republican forum that he’d look to have a conversation with Israel prior to any military action, which he said would be the proper course for “friends and allies.” A former federal prosecutor, Christie, 52, has called for expanding the military and government intelligence-gathering as part of his foreign policy.

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