Netanyahu Presses Case For Stronger 'Red Lines'

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the U.N. Thursday. He pressed his case for stronger "red lines" to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Center talks about recent U.N. speeches and debate over Iran's nuclear program.

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