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Obama: Iran a Year Away from Nuclear Weapon

In an interview with Israeli TV ahead of his visit to the region next week, President Obama says he believes Iran is “over a year or so” away from being able to develop a nuclear weapon and that the U.S. will use “all options” to stop it.

“Right now, we think it would take over a year or so for Iran to actually develop a nuclear weapon, but obviously we don’t want to cut it too close,” Obama told Israeli Channel 2.

“They are not yet at the point I think where they’ve made a fundamental decision to get right with the international community,” he said, “but I do think that they’re recognizing that there’s a severe cost for them to continue on the path that they’re on and that there’s another door ope

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  • Astorix||

    So they are a year away from a nuclear weapon. So what? We have thousands. Relax. No need to start talks of war or "put that on the table"
    Relaaaaaax.

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