When it comes to foreign policy, Congress sits in the audience and cheers or boos. But it seldom has any profound effect on the outcome of the action.
The almost-certain implementation of President Obama’s Iran deal despite heated opposition from most congressional Republicans and some Democrats is yet more evidence that, when it comes to major decisions of US foreign policy, it is the White House that runs the game.
10:49 Iran Considers Renewal of US Sanctions a Violation of Nuclear Deal14
13:25 US senate approves ten year extension of sanctions against Iran13
03:46 Colombia's Congress Ratifies Peace Deal With FARC Rebels10
02:55 Colombia’s congress approves historic peace deal with FARC rebels13