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Iran-US Relations / Nuclear Deal / Friedman Interview #1086589

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 15, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Acosta) President Obama's selling of his nuclear deal with Iran featured; scenes shown from his press conference. [OBAMA - explains the deal with Iran that solves the problem of a nuclear bomb; says Congress needs to read the deal & will approve; comments on giving a drug to someone for sex being rape.] [In response to reporter Major Garrett's question, OBAMA - denies he is "content" over those imprisoned in Iran.] What Obama said about the Middle East, ISIS & the Syrian civil war discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" columnist Tom Friedman about the Iran deal. [FRIEDMAN - says Obama has taken a first step to end this cold war going back to the 1970s; notes Iran is "coming back" in a time when the Arab world is very weak: a disaster area; compares the views of Iran held by US & Israel; notes the Iranian revolution in 2009 indicating the people want more democracy.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:10:10

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