Obama confident of securing broad support for more U.N. sanctions against Iran | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Obama confident of securing broad support for more U.N. sanctions against Iran

President Obama said Friday that "all evidence indicates" Iran is pursuing the capacity to develop nuclear weapons, but he expressed confidence that the United States could muster broad international support for a new round of U.N. sanctions designed to curtail Tehran's atomic ambitions.

The remarks followed an hour-long phone discussion Obama held late Thursday with Chinese President Hu Jintao, who will travel to Washington to participate in a nuclear security summit April 12 and 13. In their conversation, the two discussed the "importance of working together" on Iran, the White House said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to President Obama; of course, China will be interested in "discussing" Iran.

But if Obama thinks, for one millisecond, that China would actually to support "crippling" sanctions against its number one trading partner, he is deluded beyond belief.

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