There are rumors floating around in the international news community that the United States has agreed to one-on-one talks with Iran about its nuclear programs.
The White House has denied this rumor for now. This is potentially huge news and could have a positive or negative sway on the election based on how voters perceive this as a foreign policy move. With a stronger debate performance by Obama in the latest debate, will talking with Iran boost him further or give Romney more talking points?
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