President Trump is expected to decertify the Iran nuclear deal Friday. He's expected to unveil a number of actions to crack down on Iran, but he will not tear up the deal. Margaret Brennan reports.
President Donald Trump is expected to decertify the 2015 international agreement that limits Iran’s nuclear program this week.
President Trump has called the Iran nuclear deal the “worst deal ever.” David E. Sanger, the national security correspondent for the Times, explains why the president is against the deal, and what that means for its future.
IRAN NUKES. Trump decertifies Iran nuclear deal: ‘President Donald Trump announced Friday that the Iran nuclear deal no longer serves U.S. national security interests. This decision, which has been referred as “decertification,” is ...
President Trump faces an Oct. 15 deadline to re-certify the Iran nuclear deal, but he is expected to decertify the deal. Margaret Brennan reports.