The White House has yet to finalize a deal with Iran that will put the country on a path to de-escalate its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.
But Trump could sign the agreement as early a Friday as soon as Friday morning.
That’s a key point in the agreement.
That would allow Trump to sign a major piece of the agreement before it goes to Congress, allowing it to become law without congressional approval.
The White house had initially said the administration would be announcing a deal in the next few days.
Trump could then sign the deal as early Friday as early next week.
He is also expected to sign the sanctions relief package, which could be the most significant piece of his presidency.
A final decision on the deal would depend on the Senate, where Democrats have a 50-50 chance of approving the package, and how much of a veto threat they have.
Trump is expected to veto the legislation, which is designed to punish Iran for its nuclear activity.