HONOLULU -- Negotiations over whetherare continuing. The talks are being run out of the State Department, though President Obama is being briefed while on vacation in Hawaii.
If there is a deal, officials tell CBS News the administration wants Saleh to agree to the following conditions:
- Saleh leaves the U.S. after the medical treatment concludes
- He abides by the deal reached last month to step down in February, easing the transition to elections
- He goes to another country for medical treatment first, then to the U.S.
White House officials say it is possible, but unlikely, a deal will be announced today.