President Trump is expected to announce a decision to decertify the Iran nuclear deal on Friday. He calls it one of the worst, one-sided agreements ever made. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan talks to CBSN about what's at stake if the president follows through with decertifying the deal.



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