Ninety days ago Iran and the United States reached a "historic" accord to limit Tehran's nuclear capabilities. Many at the time said the agreement wasn't worth the paper it was written on.
Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the leaders of Saudi Arabia warned against the deal. The White House ignored the warnings and went forward with the negotiations anyway. After the deal was reached, a group of nearly 200 retired generals and admirals from the US military sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to reject the Iran nuclear agreement. Congress ignored the warnings and approved the deal.
Today, in direct violation of the July 14 agreement, Iran tested a new precision-guided ballistic missile.
That didn't take long.