What you need to know about the Trump administration’s Iran nuclear deal

The Iran nuclear agreement has been called a “historic success” by Donald Trump and has helped secure the world’s largest reduction in the country’s nuclear capacity in a decade.

But its details are far from settled and its implementation is a matter of debate among negotiators, and the U.S. government’s own policy team has been tasked with finding ways to keep it from unraveling.

In this week’s edition of “What You Need to Know About the Trump Administration’s Iran Nuclear Deal,” NPR’s Richard Quest joins us to discuss what you need know about what happened in Iran’s nuclear negotiations and what the Trump White House may have learned from them.