President Obama said he’s narrowed down the options to deal with Iran’s nuke development, eliminating those responses he doesn’t believe would work:
That’s an awfully big option to publicly say is off the table:
Apparently Obama’s pen and phone can do more than enough to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons:
A “verifiable, tough agreement” is the best way to block the country from obtaining a nuclear weapon, Obama said in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 television network that will air Tuesday.
“I can, I think, demonstrate, not based on any hope, but on facts and evidence and analysis, that the best way to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon is a verifiable, tough agreement,” Obama said in the interview, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Monday.
So a continued steady salvo of red lines and hashtags it is. Marie Harf’s got this!
So far the White House has reserved their harshest rhetoric for critics of this administration’s negotiations with Iran.