Clinton: I'll negotiate with Iran's leaders without conditions

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October 12, 2007 08:33

 
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Ssked by a voter Thursday whether she would speak to Iranian leaders if elected president, Hillary Clinton said twice that she would negotiate with Iran "with no conditions." "I would engage in negotiations with Iran, with no conditions, because we don't really understand how Iran works. We think we do, from the outside, but I think that is misleading," she said at an apple orchard. Clinton campaign spokesman Howard Wolfson later sought to clarify her comments, saying that while she believes in diplomatic engagement with Iran, "she does not agree with Senator Obama ... that the United States president should precommit to meeting directly with Mr. Ahmadinejad," the Iranian president.

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