Obama On Iran: ‘The Window For Solving This Issue Diplomatically Is Shrinking’

President Obama has said in recent weeks that diplomacy is his preferred option to solve the crisis surrounding Iran’s nuclear program but stressed, “I will take no options off the table,” referring to military action. Today during a press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, Obama reiterated the dangers of Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon, including damaging the nonproliferation regime and risking U.S. and regional security interests, and warned that the timeline for the diplomatic track is not indefinite. “Because we have employed so many of the options that are available to us to persuade Iran to take a different course,” Obama said, “that the window for solving this issue diplomatically is shrinking.” Watch the clip: