WASHINGTON (CNN) - Former Gov. Jim Gilmore, R-Virginia, said "all options are on the table" regarding Iran's desire to have nuclear weapons.
Gilmore told the audience at CNN's New Hampshire debate between Republican presidential candidates that he would follow a dual approach in dealing with Iran, including communication with the Iranians.
We need to communicate directly with the Iranians," Gilmore said.
He also said he would work with the European allies on "appropriate sanctions."
–CNN political researcher Xuan Thai