Transcript for 'This Week': Typhoon Update, Talks with Iran
Good morning and welcome to "this week." Christie crushes it. I love you, new jersey. Thank you very much. After his commanding win, chris christie is here, live. Can he win over the tea party and unite republicans? And what about texas governor rick perry? He's back in iowa. We get answers from both. Christie and perry. Only on "this week." Plus, nuclear talks with iran stall overnight. We have breaking details. All that, and the powerhouse roundtable. A crack-smoking mayor. And john goodman. It's all here this sunday morning. And we begin with two breaking stories. Secretary of state john kerry leaving geneva early this morning without a deal over iran's nuclear program and information streaming in on that devastating typhoon. Officials now fear at least 10,000 are dead. They haven't reached so many of the hardest-hit area. Ginger zee is tracking this story. This may have been the strongest storm ever to hit land. It was fascinating, george, these images are just terrifying, horrifying. So many adjectives that you could use. We're starting to see the first aerial pictures. Here's what we know, we know that more than 9.5 million people were affected by this storm. We know that in some places that it did not just damage or destroy but wiped clean. That's why some roads are still choked with debris. Transportation is shut down. We will not get confirmed answers for quite a while. So many people affected and we're hearing stories from inside the zone, social media and otherwise, where they don't have water and tn't have food. I call this is the second storm. Where the storm is well off to parts of china. But, again, that second storm, the human part that happens, george, as we watch this the next couple of weeks, months and years. Thank you, ginger. Now the breakdown of those high-level negotiations over iran's nuclear program. This weekend began with hopes for a deal, but dashed yesterday after marathon talks but secretary kerry is not giving up. There's no question in my mind that we're closer as we leave geneva than when we came. And with good work and good faith, over the course of the next weeks, we can in fact secure our goal. Abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran has more on this from london. Terry, things seemed to take a turn when the french joined the talks? Reporter: That's right, george. A few hours ago, there was this huge anticipation, even a giddiness in diplomatic circles that this first historic first step deal was about to be done, what happened as you point out, the french happened, as secretary kerry concluded marathon talks directly with iranian officials. The french stepped in and said that this proposal wasn't tough enough, they wanted more restrictions on iran's ability to enrich yourian yum. And they called a halt to it all. Iranians have responded on twitter. Iran's supreme leader is on twitter, naturally, he said that they have been openly hostile but talks will continue. Secretary kerry hoping they can reach a deal by november 20th? That's right. That's when talks resume. Benjamin netanyahu who lobbied very intensely to bring a halt to this deal said, he was happy with the delay, but he believes that a deal will get done. And george, it's historic in proportions. And will change that region. Terry moran, thank you. Let's take this directly to
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