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Israel-US Relations / Iran / Netanyahu & Obama / A Discussion #1079736

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 02, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama said about a nuclear deal with Iran presented. [OBAMA - says every country has to recognize the US has a political process--that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu% was wrong about Iran.] [In AEPEC speech, NETANYAHU - says we must not let Iran have nuclear weapons.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Michelle Kosinski) The reaction to what Secretary of State John Kerry said about Netanyahu's speech to Congress in which he may release sensitive details about the dealing with Iran, the relationship between Obama & Netanyahu discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Carl Bernstein & Hudson Inst. Mike Doran about Israel, the US, American Jews & Netanyahu & Iran. [BERNSTEIN - characterizes Netanyahu in Israeli politics & how he does not speak for all of Israel; states the issue is who do you trust about the safety of the world: US or Israel.] [DORAN - says Israel & the US see the Middle East in different terms; questions being able to "verify" about Iran's nuclear program.] [OBAMA - says let the negotiations with Iran play out.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kosinski, Michelle

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