In general, I like what the Trump administration has been doing. An exception was Ryancare. I was happy to see that crash and burn–not because I like Obamacare, but because Ryancare locked in the core assumptions of Obamacare.
I have no firm opinion about what, if anything, to do concerning Syria. When it comes to the Mideast, it's usually a choice between the disastrous consequences of business as usual compared to the disastrous consequences of military intervention. Moreover, there's the dilemma of taking sides when both sides are villains. For an intelligent critique of military intervention in Syria: