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I hope you are living good days every day.

I am sorry, could someone help me about the probable term on the title ( which I am trying to post on my blog ).

While I am listening to this,

From 4:20~, I think she ( Samantha Power ) is saying

>"And it is extremely important to have the diplomatic track, just as it was proved in Iran contexts. But it takes the sickest tango I guess in this case."

I thought ( personally ) she is saying that. Or just am I wrong here?

Should I be corret about hearing this, what would that mean??

Or if I am wrong, what is she saying? Could someone help me.

I am sorry.

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She is saying:

"But it takes six to tango I guess in this case."

A common similar phrase to get the meaning is:

It takes two to tango.

See Wikipedia Takes two to tango (idiom):

It takes two to tango is a common idiomatic expression which suggests something in which more than one person or other entity are paired in an inextricably-related and active manner, occasionally with negative connotations.

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