One of President Trump's biggest targets on the campaign trail was the Iran nuclear deal.
"The worst deal I think I've ever seen negotiated that you started is the Iran deal. ... This is one of the worst deals ever made by any country in history," Trump said at a presidential debate.
But for now, Trump seems to be abiding by the Iran deal. The State Department said it will "continue implementing U.S. sanctions-lifting commitments."
But the government has found a reason to put some financial pressure on Iran. The Treasury Department will sanction Iranian defense officials because of the country's ballistic missile program.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Iran's actions were destabilizing the Middle East, and he accused Iranian officials of "assisting the brutal Assad regime."