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Iran Nuclear Program is Major Talking Point in US Electioni
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Guita Aryan
October 29, 2012 11:19 PM
Iran’s nuclear program has been at the forefront of challenges faced by four U.S. administrations. The issue has been a major talking point for both major candidates of the 2012 presidential elections. Republican candidate, Mitt Romney criticizes President Obama as being too soft. But, the Obama Administration disputes that claim and says the international sanctions imposed and enforced on Iran were led by Washington. Guita Aryan has this report.

Iran Nuclear Program is Major Talking Point in US Election

Guita Aryan

Published October 29, 2012

Iran’s nuclear program has been at the forefront of challenges faced by four U.S. administrations. The issue has been a major talking point for both major candidates of the 2012 presidential elections. Republican candidate, Mitt Romney criticizes President Obama as being too soft. But, the Obama Administration disputes that claim and says the international sanctions imposed and enforced on Iran were led by Washington. Guita Aryan has this report.


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