On Sunday, a top Romney adviser told The Associated Press that Mitt Romney would back an Israeli strike aimed at stopping Iran from forwarding its nuclear ambitions. Romney is scheduled to give a speech on Iran later Sunday. Members of the media will be locked out of a meeting scheduled for Romney and deep-pocketed donors at Israel’s King David hotel on Monday. In the past, a small number of press members have been allowed access to fundraising meetings held in public locations. The meeting is part of the presumptive Republican nominee’s tour of the country, which has included meetings with Israeli leaders—as well as carefully worded critiques of President Obama’s foreign policy.