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Supports security for Israel, against Iran nuclear deal

Bartos, for his part, suggested that he may opt for a middle path, expressing admiration for a broad array of Trump's policies both domestic and foreign. As a Jew who is deeply invested in Israel's security, Bartos was perhaps most enthusiastic about the Trump administration's recent achievements in the Middle East, including the Abraham Accords, as well as Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
Source: Jewish Insider on 2022 Pennsylvania Senate race , Mar 11, 2021

Hold China accountable, for moving embassy in Israel

Holding China accountable, making sure that America continued her important role to be the leading light onto all nations. Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, moving the American Embassy, the Abraham Accords, pulling us out of the disastrous JCPOA--some people call it the Iran nuclear deal. I think all of those policies I'm not only comfortable discussing, but enthusiastic to discuss.
Source: Jewish Insider on 2022 Pennsylvania Senate race , Mar 11, 2021

U.S.-Israel relationship is sacred to me and to our family

The U.S.-Israel relationship is sacred to me and to our family. It's been something that we've really devoted the last eight years of our life to--our daughter Sarah attended Jewish day school in the Philadelphia suburbs, is very active with Chabad on her college campus. So we as a family are deeply committed not only to the health and well-being of the State of Israel, but more importantly, a very, very strong U.S.-Israel relationship.
Source: Jewish Insider on 2022 Pennsylvania Senate race , Mar 11, 2021

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