Hillary Clinton, again, was much more nuanced on Iran than either she or Obama were on the campaign trail. No talk of meeting with Ahmadinejad within the first year of the administration or “obliterating” Iran. She said they would try all diplomatic strategies including trying to convince other members of the U.N. Security Council that a nuclear Iran is in nobody’s best interest. However, all options remain on the table because a nuclear Iran is “unacceptable.” As far as meeting directly with Iran, she said that the new administration would be open to “trying new approaches,” but would have to sit down with friends and allies first before making a decision on talks with Iran.
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