"I am confident that that any President who gets elected will be knowledgable enough about foriegn policy, and knowledgable enough about the traditions and precidences of of presidential power, that they wont start calling the question the capacity of the executive branch of the United States and its agreements with other countries. It would be a foolish approach to take and perhaps Mr. Walker after he 's taken some time to bone up on some foreign policy will feel the same"
1) the President - any President - is NOT infallible .... that gig is saved only for Popes, as far as I know.
2) NO President has the power to pass/sign.force any treaty without Congressional appproval .... nor his staff/appointees .... that means Kerry .... yes they can negotiate, but they can not FINALIZE it without it going before Congress and being passed.
3) Obama had NO foriegn policy background before he started running ... other than his time living in an African country - dont remember which, but I do remember that he claimed to be born there so he could get a scholoarship as a foriegn exchange student at Columbia university (whos records have mysteriously gone missing) ....
4) Obama had no issues turning his back on Bush's foriegn policies that he didn't like .... see #1, please
Governor Walker (R-WI) said that he would revoke the Iranian Nuke deal on DAY ONE of his Presidency, if he gets elected that is .... and really, it is horrid policy.
The Scott Walker campagin respoded
"Americans would be better served by a President who spent more time working with governors and members of congress rather than attacking them. Whether it is cutting a bad deal with Iran, calling ISIS the JV Squad, or touting Yemen as a success story, Obama's lack of leadership has hurt America's safety and standing in the world."
Scott Walker (R)