Power: Delayed Iran talks a 'concern'

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha PowerSamantha PowerUS to vote against UN resolution condemning Cuba embargo Former AG Lynch to meet with House, Senate Russia investigators The Memo: Tillerson flap puts spotlight on Trump's foreign policy moves 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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