During his 2015-2016 campaign, Donald Trump said he didn’t want any more foreign wars, but he also yelled incessantly at his rallies that the deal that Secretary of State John Kerry made with Iran to make Iran quit preparing for a nuclear war against Israel, was a bad deal.
Trouble for Trump is, that Congressional Republicans, especially Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) never know what Trump’s position is, on anything; and they are dismayed that with the looming budget deficit, they don’t like it that Trump plans to send his budget hawks to do the negotiating with McConnell, Cornyn (R-Texas), Barasso (R-Wyoming), and Gardner (R-Colorado), et al. (https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/07/budget-deadlock-july-1399192), and with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York).
Trump’s billionaire buddy, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, has made it clear that Trump will run out of money to keep our government operational on September 15.
Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, who spends much more time with Trump than Melania does, is a very perceptive prognosticator, and everyone in Washington knows full well that Iran’s leaders are in no mood to negotiate (unlike Kim Jung-un) (https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/07/trump-iran-nuclear-north-korea-1399406).
Congressional Republicans want Trump to beef up his military for the coming war against Iran, and as soon as Trump unconstitutionally sends several of his nukes to Teheran, Trump’s GOP allies in Congress will immediately know that a Democrat will be inaugurated on the west steps of our Capitol on January 21, 2021.