Several years after losing his team in a mission gone wrong, a top grade elite sniper is recruited back to train a team of rising soldiers to stop a group of elite forces trying to kill a foreign politician.
I don’t believe Governors can sign peace treaties. (You might want to change it to the President)
Here is what I found:
The Constitution gives the President the power to commit the United States to treaties – but only with the advice and consent of two-thirds of the US Senate, and only if the agreement does not contravene the Constitution.
So… the mission to take out Osama bin Laden gets a team of seasoned Navy Seals, the crème de la crème de la crème of fighting forces. But the mission to protect the President only rates a crew of unseasoned “rising soldiers” led by a man whose career has been tarnished by a failed mission.
I don’t think so.