US, Russia agree Iran should not have a nuclear weapon

Ebrahim Raisi will most likely be elected as president in Iran’s election on Friday. The majority of Iranians say they won’t vote because moderate candidates were disqualified from the race.
1:06 | 06/18/21

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Last night we were in Geneva for president Biden's summit with Putin. Now Martha Raddatz in Iran on the eve of the presidential Iran did come up in that summit in Geneva. Now Martha reporting from Reporter: The U.S. And Russia agree Iran should not have a nuclear weapon, and both countries are watching this election very carefully. It is almost a certainty that a hard lined cleric will be elected. He is a favorite of the ayatollah. There were some enthusiastic rallies for him, but the majorities say they won't vote. Raeisi says he does support the deal Iran is trying to revive, but if he's elected it could be difficult to get a tougher and longer deal, which could slow everything down. David? Martha Raddatz reporting from inside Iran. Thank you.

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