Gingrich Would Not Vote for Anti-Israel Ron Paul, But Romney Would

— by David Streeter

Republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney — the leader of the GOP field — told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer today that he would vote for Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) for President of the United States despite Paul’s anti-Israel record.

When Blitzer asked Romney if he would vote for Paul if he were the nominee, Romney said, “yes, I would vote for him.” When Blitzer pressed him on Paul’s outrageous positions and statements regarding Israel and Iran, Romney replied, “I don’t agree with a lot of the things that Ron Paul says,” but Romney went on to add that “I believe we would be able to move [Paul] in a direction that’s more productive.”

On the other hand, Speaker Newt Gingrich would not. Video after the jump.

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