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US-Iran Relations / Phone Call #1057654

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 28, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) [Voice of former hostage Kevin HERMINING†- says the Iranian people are interested in a thawing of relations with the US; says the US gave up a lot to retrieve the 52 Americans from Iran over 30 years ago and the Iranians never paid a price.] The historic phone call between President Obama & Iranian President Hassan Rouhani† noted; photo shown. Live discussion held with Stanford University’s Hoover Institution senior fellow Fouad Ajami† about US-Iran relations. [AJAMI – comments on the phone call; says the Iranians have always been fighting the US in a proxy war; wonders if Rouhani is the Gorbachev of Iran; says the Iranians are hell-bent on acquiring nuclear weapons; reacts to Rouhani’s U.N. visit.]
Lemon, Don

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