U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama greet well wishers upon their arrival in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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President Barack Obama says a constructive relationship with Iran could be a byproduct of the deal to limit its nuclear program, but it won't happen immediately.Obama told CNN in an interview airing Sunday that Iran's "nuclear problem" must be dealt with first. Republican lawmakers largely disagree with the president's assessment that the deal blocks Iran's path to a nuclear weapon, as do some of Obama's own Democrats. Obama says resolving the Iranian nuclear issue makes it possible to open broader talks with Iran on other issues. In the interview, Obama did not answer directly when asked whether he would have to use military force to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon if the deal falls through.
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