While you're reading this post Trump is digesting his marching orders from Saudi Arabia's murderous leader, Mohammed bin Salman.
It's looking like the tough talk against Iran from Trump and Pompeo is already withering, despite Pompeo's accusation that "Iran committed an act of war" when they attacked the Saudi oilfields.
Since when does the U.S. have to stand down, or wage war, depending upon a dictators' request? Luckily for the U.S., Saudi Arabia doesn't want to go to war with it's neighbor Iran.
In an interesting side story, Pompeo inadvertently admitted that Trump's pulling out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran started the shitstorm we're now seeing in the Middle East.
As Americans watch the international chaos Trump is creating with no real foreign policies, they also have to deal with the corruption at home in The White House.
Most Recent examples of Trump Obstructing Justice: (Expect more as his corruption is being drug out into the open with daily, and weekly revelations.)
Trump at center of new intelligence storm as whistle blower mystery explodes
White House Also Involved in advising DNI not to share whistleblower complaint
Congress is letting Trump decide what it can investigate. This is bigger than Lewandowski
In summary, we could of gone to war on a dictator's whim. Fact: Trump's financial ties to Saudi Arabia are well documented.
Related: The financial ties to Saudi Arabia Trump doesn't want to talk about
Time for me to walk on down the road...