President Trump blasted the "fanatical" and "radical" government of Iran that spreads "death, destruction, and chaos all around the globe," as he decertified his predecessor's nuclear deal with the country.
Bottom line: As he left the White House after the announcement, Trump told reporters he still "may very well end" the Iran deal, but today's move shifts attention to Congress which could:
Be smart: This was a very Trumpian speech. He got to talk tough — emotionally satisfying for some of his key audiences — but with little immediate substantive impact.
Go deeper: Our Facts Matter on the Iran deal details
U.S. politicians have been warning for years that America couldn't let China win the clean energy race. That's exactly what has happened, with the trends most stark in electric cars, solar and nuclear energy.
Go deeper: With Axios' Amy Harder.