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Obama speaks with Iranian President Rouhani

President Barack Obama announced Friday that he had spoken by telephone with Iran President Hasan Rouhani – the first direct conversation between leaders of both countries since that country’s Islamic revolution in 1979.

In hastily arranged remarks in the White House briefing room, Obama also sharply scolded congressional Republicans demanding that he agree to roll back Obamacare in return for avoiding a government shutdown or raising America’s debt limit.

“That’s not going to happen,” the president declared. “Do not threaten to burn the house down simply because you haven’t gotten one hundred percent of your way.”

That drew a shot from Republican House Speaker John Boehner. “Grandstanding from the president, who refuses to even be a part of the process, won’t bring Congress any closer to a resolution,” said Boehner spokesman Brendan Buck.

"The two of us discussed our ongoing efforts to reach an agreement over Iran's nuclear program," Obama said. "I reiterated to President Rouhani what I said in New York: While there will surely be important obstacles to moving forward, and success is by no means guaranteed, I believe we can reach a comprehensive agreement."

The president noted that his conversation with Rouhani "underscores the deep mistrust between our countries, but also indicates the prospect of moving on that difficult history."


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