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Super Tuesday’s ‘super calm’: Obama quelling ‘drums of war’ | RT

US President Barack Obama has dismissed calls from a senior Republican senator to start bombing Syria, saying that President Assad will leave anyway. He also called for a sober approach to dealing with Tehran’s nuclear program.

­Talking at a “Super Tuesday” press conference in the White House, Obama has basically acknowledged that not every issue can be resolved by deploying the military – as one only has to look at the consequences of such actions.

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