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March 14th, 2013
09:55 PM ET

Obama says 'all options on the table' for Iran's nuclear program

"All options are on the table," were the words of President Obama  to Israel Channel 2 TV Thursday on the subject of Iran.

"I have been crystal clear about my position on Iran possessing a nuclear weapon - that is a red line for us." Obama added, "If we can resolve it diplomatically that's a more lasting solution, but if not I continue to keep all options on the table."

Obama: Iran more than a year away from developing nuclear weapon

Erin asks what does "all options on the table" mean more than a month after North Korea tested its third nuclear device.

OutFront tonight: Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair of the Democratic National Committee.


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  1. arik fetscher

    One thinks of the prayer shawl issue and the recent issues around womens rights in Israel as a possibility along with women priests but there does seem to be a recent increase in women of faith joining together that might hold out a hand to Iranian women who are fairly cosmopolitan and intelligent enough to see that they offer a path along with the Olympics and men's wrestling team. The outreach by the diplomatic community to the artistic community bodes possibilities as well. The Livni selection on justice while advocating a two state solution is a firm supporter of the peace plan and that more than anything is likely to remove the venom from Iran and move all countries forward.

    March 15, 2013 at 4:06 pm | Reply
  2. Joey at Purdue Univ

    DWS seems like a cool lady. Not to be confused w. DWTS, which is not really that interesting of a show at all, unless they have Erin Andrews. And even then, most of the time you're not even judging the dancing, you're just gawking over EA.

    March 15, 2013 at 1:48 pm | Reply

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