Questions for the audience:
How do you think we are doing at a) deterring adversaries, and b) reassuring allies?
Can we back up our obligations? Do our enemies, actual and potential, have cause to fear our actions and reactions?
Is the US military capable of prosecuting global conventional operations against near-peer combatants if deterrence and (what passes for) diplomacy fail?
My answers, in order: Not well, poorly, no, NO, and absolutely not.