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Barack Obama Statement Re: Iran Nuclear Agreement #1088742

CNN Special for Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's statement at the White House re: the agreement reached earlier today regarding Iran's nuclear program, preceded by portions of statements by High representative of the European Union Federica Mogherini and Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, and followed by portions of statements by Iran President Hassan Rouhani and Secretary of State John Kerry.
  • Analysis includes the participation of former Under Secretary for Political Affairs Ambassador Nicholas Burns, Israeli Minister of Education Neftali Bennett, Woodrow Wilson Center Distinguished Scholar Aaron David Miller, former Secretary of State Colin Powell's Chieff of Staff Larry Wilkerson, Rep. Michael McCaul, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, and CNN political commentators Dan Pfeiffer and Peter Beinart.
  • Reporter(s):
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    Labott, Elise;
    Kosinski, Michelle;
    King, John;
    Robertson, Nic;
    Pleitgen, Frederik;
    McLaughlin, Erin;
    Sciutto, Jim
    Duration:
    02:21:00

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