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In a high-profile policy address before the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declared that the US wouldn’t not hesitate to use its military to “defend our friends, our interests, and above all, our people” during the segment discussing Iran.
She elaborated on the declaration with “this is not an option we seek nor is it a threat; it is a promise.” Clinton also warned Iran that the US offer to hold talks, which she had previously said she didn’t expect to work to begin with, would not be open-ended and that “our willingness to talk is not a
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
reply to post by Aggie Man
I heard about that. I even said in my OP that Obama doesn't seem to be on the same page with the rest of his administration. I think that the rest of the administration should be open to talks as well. It just seems that I've noticed a bit of infighting with the Obama administration here. Barack Obama has said he wanted to talk to Ahmajenidad, and, talk to Iran. While, you have these other people on the other part of his administration calling for war with Iran, or, saying they won't hesitate to go to war with Iran. It makes you wonder if they're on the same page or not.