Obama: 'Deep Concerns' About Iranian Election
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Obama: 'Deep Concerns' About Iranian Election

President Obama, speaking after a meeting with South Korean president Lee Myung-bak, told reporters he had "deep concerns" about the Iranian election, but was cautious about a U.S. president being seen as "meddling" in the outcome. Video by AP

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