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June 13, 2007

Rudy Giuliani on Iran

“I think we should proceed with diplomacy. I think we should proceed with sanctions. We should up the sanctions, and we should proceed with disinvestment. It's had some success. We don't know if it's going to be long-term success in North Korea. I believe it can have success in Iran.

But a very clear statement has to be made by the president of the United States. President Bush has done it. The next one is going to have to do it too, probably. We will use a military option if we have to.”

Fox News, April 4, 2007


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