Barack Obama vowed Monday night that he would not let Iran have
nuclear weapons as long as he remains in office.
"As long as I am president of the United States, Iran will not get a nuclear weapon," the president asserted as he faced his Republican rival Mitt Romney in their third and last debate 15 days before votes choose a new White House occupant.
The Democratic incumbent also voiced his support for an Israel under attack.
Romney and his team have attacked Obama for being weak on Iran in stopping the Islamic republic from trying to obtain nuclear bombs while pressing hard on Israel, Washington's close ally in the region.
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