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 Clinton Defends Obama’s Iran Policy
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Clinton Defends Obama’s Iran Policy

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is defending President Barack Obama’s decision to extend talks with Iran over its nuclear program, CNN reported.
“I think it is a very important effort to continue to pursue, and to try to see if we can reach an agreement that is in line with our requirements,” Clinton said on Friday night. But she called for a tough approaching in the talks that were recently extended for seven more months, saying she is “strongly of the view that no deal is better than a bad deal.”  Republicans have criticized the Obama administration’s handling of the Iran talks, and have argued that they would advance legislation to impede any deal that would allow Iran to continue to enrich uranium.

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