November 25th, 2013
08:54 PM ET

Can the U.S. trust Iran?

President Obama is praising the deal reached this weekend between Iran and world powers over the country's nuclear program.

During a speech on immigration Monday, Obama told the crowd, "For the first time in a decade, we halted the process on Iran's nuclear program; key parts of the program will be rolled back."

As part of the deal, Iran agreed to limit its nuclear program and in exchange, the U.S. agrees to ease sanctions.

Iran reaches nuclear deal with world leaders - now what?

The agreement is being seen as a huge win in Iran. Iranians celebrated the deal, which allows them to keep enriching uranium, Sunday night.

Is the deal a giant fail for America? A big win?

That comes down to one thing: whether the U.S. can guarantee Iran is keeping its end of the bargain and that means real, unfettered inspections.

Barbara Starr is OutFront.

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