CNN's Christiane Amanpour sat down to interview Iranian President Rouhani just after his speech at the United Nations. It comes on the heels of what many are calling a charm offensive. Rouhani used the opportunity to speak directly to the American people.
Anderson discussed the Rouhani interview with Christiane Amanpour, senior political analyst David Gergen, and Mike Doran of the Brookings Institution.
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made his debut at the United Nations today. He spoke hours after President Obama stood at the same podium, but the two President did not meet face-to-face. Today's events are raising questions about a possible new chapter in U.S. / Iranian relations. Anderson takes a look at the events that brought the two countries to this point.
All eyes on the U.N. as President Obama and Iranian President Rouhani open a new chapter in the often troubled relationship between the two countries. On Capitol Hill, Senator Ted Cruz begins an epic speech against Obamacare with the possibility of a government shutdown hanging in the balance.
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