The agreement with Iran has come up short in effectiveness. Neither the US nor its allies are more safe as a result of the deal; in fact, one could make the argument that its ratification exacerbated US-Iranian relations.
Trump was not declaring or instigating war by collaborating with the United Kingdom and France on the strikes. He was simply exercising the ambiguous rights given to him by the War Powers Resolution.
If any legislation could prevent mass-casualty shootings, then I would welcome it. That being said, I’m reluctant to believe that any legislation would prevent lawbreakers from law-breaking. It hasn’t worked to this point.
Rand Paul has once again proposed a bill that would mandate the GAO to conduct an audit of the Federal Reserve’s transactions “for or with a foreign central bank, government of a foreign country, or non private international financing organization.”
Trump’s comments reflect the biggest issue many of people have with him; a lack of presidential professionalism, and an ignorance of what should be off-limits to say, as he continues to pile onto his already-large collection of controversial remarks.