Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: We have a partial picture this morning of what President Trump intends to do with the Iran nuclear deal. It's a deal the president has many times denounced and which his advisers consider to be in the U.S. national interest - a bit of a conflict there. The president faces a deadline to certify whether Iran is complying. And he is widely expected to say today that Iran is not that, he will not certify the deal. The next step is up to Congress, but rather than undo the deal, the White House and its allies in Congress are pushing for legislation that would largely seek to extend many of the deal's terms. Let's discuss this with Republican Congressman Scott Perry, who sits on the Foreign...
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Trump Expected To Detail Tougher Line On Iran's Nuclear Program