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June 14th, 2009
07:16 AM ET

White House Reaction on Iran

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his supporters are celebrating his reelection in Friday's vote. But the White House is not sure he was the people's choice. Here's CNN's Elaine Quijano at the White House.

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  1. Sharon,Daniel Island, South Carolina

    The speak sounds more like threats than celebration

    June 14, 2009 at 7:32 am |
  2. Jessan Dunn Otis

    There needs to be _high_ diplomacy and concisely communicated observations and concerns for Iran and the Iranian people as this story continues to unfold.

    Any/all "irregularities" need to be documented, defined and supported with unbiased evidence.

    June 14, 2009 at 8:01 am |
  3. Daniel Nelson

    I wonder why we want to engage with the president of Iran and not the supreme leader who is the main person that controls Iran? It seems to me that Ahmadinejad is only a puppet of the religious leader and cannot talk in absolute truth but the supreme leader should according to his religious beliefs!

    June 14, 2009 at 9:27 am |
  4. Raheleh

    My name is Raheleh living in The Netherlands.
    At this moment isnot possible to mail or call to/from Iran.
    I could get some information, on the streets of Tehran the undercover guars are using electro shock sticks against the young demonstrators to scare them and split up.
    thank you for listing to this massage from Tehran.
    yours sincerely

    June 14, 2009 at 11:25 am |
  5. macedonia356bc

    President Obama/the White House reaction to IRANS democratic election results should be NO REACTION, America should mind its own business and, not interfere in Iran's democratic election dispute! After what happened in our own 2000 Presidential rigged-election, when the Presidency was stolen fron Al Gore, by George Bush, the US Supreme Court, Jeb Bush/FLORIDA, and the GOP, America is in no position to criticize Irans election result. Most Americans are angry because Ahmadenijad won, so says CNN, MSNBC, and mainstream media,etc., such HYPOCRISY ceases 2 amaze me! Pres.Obama will not be succesfull in trying to achieve PEACE in the middle east, IF he interferes in Irans election process. IT'S NONE OF AMERICA'S BUSINESS, remember-JUDGE NOT LEAST WE BE JUDGED!!!

    June 14, 2009 at 11:58 pm |

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