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WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama isn’t ruling out the possibility the U.S. could one day reopen an embassy in Iran.
Obama was asked in an NPR interview whether he could envision opening an embassy there during his final two years in office. Obama replied, “I never say never,” but said ties must be restored in steps.
Obama says Iran is different from Cuba, where the U.S. plans to open an embassy. He says Cuba is small and poses no major threat to the U.S., while Iran is large, has sponsored terrorism and has sought nuclear capabilities.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
a reply to: xuenchen
Alleged terrorism sponsoring & hypothetical nuclear weapons...
Let's at least be accurate if we're going to have a debate about this.
For over a decade they are arming, and funding the Iraqi 'insurgency' that is until their chickens came home to roost in Iraq, and Syria.