No secret talks with Iran, president says

November 14, 2012

President Obama reiterated his campaign position on Iran, saying the United States would not allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon but that he believes "there is still a window of time for us to resolve this diplomatically."

He denied preelection reports that secret talks with Iran were being planned but also signaled a willingness to engage in talks outside conventional channels. "We're not going to be constrained by diplomatic niceties or protocols," Obama said.

Greg Miller covers the intelligence beat for The Washington Post.
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