During a Wednesday afternoon press conference in Switzerland, a limping Secretary of State John Kerry discussed the thawing relations between the United States and Cuba.
Toward the end of the press conference, a reporter had asked Kerry about the nuclear negotiations with Iran and the now passed deadline. Kerry reluctantly took the question and joked about putting down his leather-padded crutches.
The reporter pointed out that that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that there was not a deadline for the nuclear negotiations and wanted to know if there really was one. Kerry thanked the reporter.
"We have our own sense of deadline," Kerry said before hobbling off.