Power: Delayed Iran talks a 'concern'

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha PowerSamantha PowerHow will history judge Obama’s actions in Syria? Russia's ambassador to the United Nations dies Trump's top diplomat enters pressure cooker MORE warned Friday that protracted negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program are a “very legitimate concern" because they would give Tehran more leverage.

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“That is a very legitimate concern, and that’s why freezing the program — we were concerned that if we didn’t make an interim deal, they’d be taking advantage of the length of the negotiation,” Power said Friday on “CBS This Morning.”

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