Obama Maintains Measured Response On Iran

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The Obama administration continues a measured response to the situation in Iran. Friday, President Obama said how Iran's leaders choose to "deal with people who are, through peaceful means, trying to be heard" will signal "what Iran is and is not." And the White House reacted favorably to a congressional resolution condemning Tehran's crackdown on demonstrators.

Guest host Alison Stewart speaks with NPR News Analyst Juan Williams about President Obama's policies and some recent poll results.



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