Obama Speaks to Democrats' and His Future in NPR Interview

On the notion of opening a U.S. embassy in Iran, the president says: “I never say never.”

US President Barack Obama and his daughter Sasha walk to Marine One helicopter on the South Lawn of the White House December 19, 2014 in Washington, DC.

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President Barack Obama addressed the new Congress, his party's prospects, and overseas turmoil in an NPR interview published Monday, saying vetoes may lie ahead as Republicans take over the Senate for his final two years in office and stopping short of ruling out a U.S. embassy in Iran.

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