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December 29, 2014 10:31 am

Obama on Reopening Embassy in Iran: ‘I Never Say Never’

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President Obama speaking on the phone with the president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, September 2013. Photo: The White House

ABC News/AP – President Barack Obama isn’t ruling out the possibility the U.S. could one day reopen an embassy in Iran.

Obama was asked in an NPR interview whether he could envision opening an embassy there during his final two years in office. Obama replied, “I never say never,” but said ties must be restored in steps.

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  • judorebbe

    The same embassy in which the jihadis took American (the Great Satan) diplomats hostage in 1979, and held them captive for more than a full year? … and to this day, 35 years later, have never even offered an insincere apology.

  • charlie johnson

    So,This guy is like a passenger plane pilot with about 400 paying customers who bought tickets from New York to Texas.After several hours of flight the plane lands in Cuba .The people tell him that they bought a ticket to Texas ,Not Havana. He answers that he is the pilot and the boss of the plane,The Castro’s are his friends and they need some volunteer labor to harvest sugar cane.But I promise.Right after the season is over I will get you to Texas.

  • Alan Perlman

    Yeah. Obama never says “Never.” Except to Jews building apartments in Jerusalem, which he considers a bigger threat than Islamo-fascism, Iranian nukes, and Hamas rockets and tunnels.

    • charlie johnson

      We were told by TV that this man has the highest I.Q. and we dare not question the wisdom of his decisions. His methods of arriving at critical decisions is among the highest of secrets. But I have an idea about his operations and decided to share it with the chosen few.HERE . Each day at about 10-30 AM,The Royal Goofer holds a cabinet meeting to resolve the emergencies in failure of government functions.His crew of selected people of the highest levels of education gather around an object that allows them to make critical decisions involving our future with the aid of the latest technology they can acquire by investment of our collective wealth.Rendering a decision by this method the fix is decided upon and signed off by the Royal Goofer as he heads out the door with his golf club and leaves a message to notify his people his phone will be dead for three or four hours. The device is illustrated here > http://www.biographile.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/rsz_ouija_board.jpg

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