WASHINGTON(CNN)– In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily: First Lady Michelle Obama met with students out on the South Lawn Wednesday to call for nutritious change in America. CNN's Kate Bolduan shines the spotlight on what schools across the country are doing to improve their lunch choices.
Meanwhile: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns Tehran again that the administration's openness to diplomatic engagement with Iran isn't open-ended, as concern continues to rise over the state of Iran's nuclear program. CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jill Dougherty reports on Clinton's latest comments on nuclear threats facing the United States.
Plus: President Obama announced a plan today to help banks free up credit for struggling small businesses. Could there be a stimulus, round two ahead? CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reports.
Finally: Sen. John Kerry, back from Afghanistan, briefed President Obama at the White House today. CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian takes a look at new hints that President Obama may be moving closer to a decision on troop levels in Afghanistan.
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Of course it's open ended. The Iranians recognize weakness, don't respect it, and ignore it.
Thank You Hillary Clinton. You are doing a truly outstanding job as our Secretary of State. You've made it possible for Americans to travel internationally again without feeling shame and guilt for the idiot and his cronies that use to preach hate and fear in the last administration.
This Administration will be negotiating all the way through the Iranians completion of a working nuclear weapon. Hope they do not make the same mistake the Clinton Administration did by trusting but not verifying the North Koreans completion of their nuclear weapons.
Iran knows that Hillary is in a job that is way over her pay grade...it's called the 'obama syndrome'
He already did, Doesn't anyone remember Nov. 2008?
Wow, Obama may FINALLY be moving closer toward a decision on troop levels! May be? What's with this guy? Just send the troops and get it over with. Stop dragging your feet and putting the troops that are already there in jeopardy. Remember YOU were the one who said this was a war of necessity.