WASHINGTON (AP) – Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he opposes a Senate resolution asserting that President Donald Trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran. McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, said Monday that the Senate will “soon” debate a measure sponsored by Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia. The measure, co-sponsored by two Republicans, would send the wrong message to U.S. allies after the Trump administration killed Iran’s top general earlier this month, McConnell said. Tehran responded to the U.S. attack by launching missiles at two military bases in Iraq that house American troops. No casualties were reported. TOP STORIES’Disappointed’: Elizabeth Warren blasts Bernie Sanders after volunteers’ canvass script leaksJudge rules Trump administration within authority in separating families at borderMike Rowe: Bloomberg ‘lost me’ with calling California great example The “blunt instrument” of a war powers resolution is no substitute for “the studied oversight the Senate can exercise through hearings … and more tailored legislation,” McConnell said. “We appear to have restored ...