President Trump announced that he would not certify the Iran deal under the requirements of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act. All signs leading up to the certification deadline pointed to decertification. In a speech on U.S. policy toward Iran, Ambassador Haley laid out the pillars to be considered when determining Iranian compliance with the nuclear deal, the JCPOA itself, the U.N. Security Council Resolution 2231, and the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act. We are going to hear about Iran's technical compliance so that the IAEA and the other P 5+1 continue to believe that Iran is in compliance. How can the President decertify, they ask? Even if Iran was in full compliance with the JCPOA, which we know isn't the actual case, Iran has flouted the ballistic missile provisions of the U.N. Security Council Resolution 2231, and Iran's continued provocations underscore that the current status quo is not in the national security interest of the United States.