Obama, Cameron Speak Out Against New Sanctions on Iran – Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama vowed to veto any legislation approving new economic sanctions against Iran until negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program run their course, arguing that they would unravel diplomatic talks and push the U.S. toward another military confrontation.

Mr. Obama’s threat, made Friday during a joint White House news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, sets him on a collision course with…

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