U.S. President George W. Bush says the Iranian elections have not changed his view that it would be "unacceptable" for Tehran to obtain a nuclear weapon or the ability to make one. Bush spoke at a White House news conference today as he met with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. The president said his administration will continue to support Britain, France and Germany in their diplomatic push to ensure that Tehran does not get nuclear weapons. He added: "My message to the chancellor is that we continue working with Great Britain, France, and Germany to send a focused concerted, unified message that says the development of a nuclear weapon is unacceptable and a process which would enable Iran to develop a nuclear weapon is unacceptable." Bush also commented about the recent Iranian presidential elections. He said an election is never free and fair when a group unelected people get to decide who is on the ballot.