It’s been a busy week in Washington, D.C., with President Trump taking action on everything from health care to Iran.

The House of Representatives passed $36.5 billion in aid for Puerto Rico and parts of California hit by wildfires, reauthorized the Federal Aviation Administration and gave tax relief to victims of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

But the real action was at the White House, where Trump took several actions to undo the legacy of his predecessor, President Obama.

Here’s a quick look at what happened and how much it matters.

The Iran nuclear deal

What happened? On Friday, President Trump will announce that he is not certifying that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal that President Obama negotiated.

What does that

Read More At Article Source | Article Attribution