View Video 11:17 a.m. EST MR. WOOD: Happy Friday, everyone. QUESTION: You bet. QUESTION: Happy Friday. MR. WOOD: Oh, I see the weekend coming up. Now, now. I don't have anything. QUESTION: What's the situation with Blackwater now in Iraq? Have you gotten any clarification from the Iraqis on when exactly they're going to have to leave?
View Video 11:02 a.m. EST MR. WOOD: Good morning, everyone. Welcome. I don't have anything for you. QUESTION: Can I ask, just before we get into substance, just a little housekeeping item? MR. WOOD: Yeah. QUESTION: And that is the Senate last night confirmed Jake Lew â€“ Jack Lew and Jim Steinberg as deputies.
View Video 11:10 a.m. EST MR. WOOD: Good morning, everyone. Welcome. I don't have anything, so why don't we go right to your questions. QUESTION: Can you tell us whether the Administration has been notified by the Russians of any change in plan in regard to Kaliningrad, the missile deployment previously mentioned?
View Video 11:08 a.m. EST MR. WOOD: Good morning, everyone. Welcome to the briefing. I don't have anything, so why don't we go to your questions. Bob. QUESTION: Robert, I have a couple of questions for you. One is, is it this Administration's policy that Iran cannot be allowed to get a nuclear weapon, that that's an absolute redline, as opposed to the previous administration?
View Video 11:09 a.m. EST MR. WOOD: Good morning, everyone. Happy Monday. Welcome to the briefing. Let's see â€“ why don't I just go straight to your questions. QUESTION: George Mitchell. MR. WOOD: Yeah. Let me tell you from a statement here I'll read and then I'll fill in some more details for you.
View Video 2:47 p.m. EST MR. WOOD: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to the briefing. If you like, I'd run down â€“ I'll run down some of the Secretary's calls that she's had over the last couple of days. Okay, let me start. Well, first we'll start in the Middle East.