can declare war---not the president. "A. FOUNDING CONCERNS ABOUT WAR AND PRESIDENTIAL POWER The Founders worried a great deal about the possibility that foreign wars might stimulate presidential action and exalt the office of the presidency. Indeed, it was for precisely this reason that the Constitution vests so much war-making authority in Congress, which was thought to slow the pace of war, rather than the President, who was feared to use the military for his own private purposes and who, through war, might find the means by which to consolidate his control over the machinery of government.17 Be careful what you ask for hardhead--you just might get it. A banana republic---which Israel is not too far from right now.
Labor court orders Jerusalem light rail operators to return to work (Haaretz)
from the article: IDF segregation bypasses High Court ruling