Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voiced his preference for the United States to draw a "red line" that they will not allow Iran's nuclear program to cross on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday.
"I think we should have a red line communicated to Iran," Netanyahu said, refusing to say whether he is satisfied with the actions taken by the United States thus far. "I think at this late stage of the game, Iran needs to see clarity… as we get closer and closer to the end game, I think we have to establish that."
"Make sure they know there's a line they shouldn't cross," Netanyahu said. "Because otherwise they'll cross it. And they'll get there."