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The Obama administration is vigorously debate dismissing stories.
That long time domestic policy advisor Valerie Jarrett is running point on the effort to get Iran back to the table.
Senior White House foreign affairs correspondent Wendell Goler reports.
Both the White House and State Department denied claims that President Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett conducting back channel negotiations with Iran over that country's nuclear program.
Fueled by Israeli papers and -- -- and bloggers some US media outlets repeating the claims no -- was born in Iran and to American parents.
-- the family move back to this country about the time she started elementary school.
One White House official probably called the reports laughable State Department spokeswoman Victoria -- address the question on the right.
For whom there are no secret talks what you see is what you get there are no Valerie Jarrett talks -- she has no lol yeah movies.
Correct she has general.
Jarrett is a close friend of the president and is from Chicago and over specialty is domestic policy and politics this is the second time she's been accused of involvement in foreign policy.
-- Richard -- in his book leading from behind accused Garrett of convincing the president to call off an earlier attempt to get Osama bin Laden.
The White House tonight back to.
One official said this time quote she has no role in Iran policy and doesn't want one.
Still some outlets are inclined to suspect the president of foreign policy maneuvering in light of his comments to Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Captured by a closer than expected microphones.
That he'd have more flexibility on the European missile defense after the election.
The administration also denies reports the post election US talks with Iran and says talks with the UN Security Council won't resume until -- satisfies the inspection demands of the international atomic energy agency.
And Google -- -- the State Department Wendell.
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