They should be a part of the approval to go or no go on any foreign "entanglements." He has no experience of ANY kind related to foreign relations and he doesn't want to learn and probably is unable to learn given a short attention span, low intelligence, a lack of attention to detail, and an inability to see and accept that others know more than he does. He has no knowledge of foreign or military strategies and will not listen to anyone. This is not about how to cheat, brutalize or corrupt.
It's about the history of a country with us and their belief system. It's about how many Americans are going to be killed not about what will stroke his ego. He is reckless and impulsive and every time he has a brain fart he jeopardizes lives. He is surrounded by inexperienced, non approved by Congress, new to their jobs, working in a tumultuous environment and noncohesive cabinet whose primary job is to stroke his ego and say yes to keep their jobs. They don't have the standing to say No or the force of a Congress to say No. That is, if Republicans enforce and push back forcefully enough. They have let him thumb his nose at Congress and do what he wants how he wants and he has a blank check and is using it. Given the current environment and his statement that Congress doesn't need to know the details because they would endanger national security and it would be considered presidential harrassment scares me. Are Republicans on board with that? He has now said he does not trust our intelligence service, our military, the FBI, the justice department, judges and now Congress. That means he is the only one standing between America and foreign violent " entanglements." and that should scare the crap out of every American. If Republicans sign on to his "Congress can't be trusted. Congress is a threat to national security," then all hope is lost through 2020. Then, it is up to us to toss him out and every Republican who admits that they are a danger to national security and should be kept in the dark about all foreign situations and risks.