Consider these FACTS about where we, the American people, are today:
I'll assume that all of the factual and fact-like statements that you copied-and-pasted are true, just because I have no interest whatsoever in the truth or falsity of them. Simply put, facts without context are not very interesting. "Obama is left-handed." "Obama was blamed for the only veto override of his presidency." "Obama's dog is the gayest First Dog since Hoover's poodle." All facts, and, just like the facts in your C&P, they all merit a "so what?" response.
On the other hand:
* U.S. foreign policy has been a disaster for the last seven years.
That's not a fact, that's an opinion.
* U.S. policies under Hillary Clinton and Obama in Iraq and Syria created a vacuum for ISIS to emerge with the finances (oil) to expand their terror network, including into the United States.
Again, another opinion - unless you have some objective means by which to measure "vacuumness."
What is worse: Donald Trump's locker-room talk a decade ago? Or the fact that four Americans were abandoned and left to die?
That's not a fact, that's a question.
* A Russian reset? How's that working out?
* North Korea?
Those are the names of countries with question marks after them. Does that make them questions?