Kerry defends Obama on Iran

By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
March 5, 2012 21:43

 
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Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee John Kerry (D-MA) distributed a statement defending Obama's actions on Iran Tuesday and rebuking Republicans for using it as a political issue.

"I'm troubled to see this issue become just another applause line on the Republican presidential stump," he said. "He’s put more pressure on Iran than any American president ever before because he knows a nuclear-armed Iran is unacceptable. The administration has embraced policies that consider not only all options, but also all potential consequences."

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