The Senate on Thursday passed an Iran War Powers Resolution limiting President Trump’s military options against Tehran. The final vote received bipartisan support, with eight Republicans joining Democrats to advance the measure to approve it, just as they did on Wednesday to advance it to a final vote. The 55-45 vote came despite opposition from President Trump, who urged all Republicans to reject it. “If my hands were tied, Iran would have a field day,” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. The House passed a similar nonbinding resolution in January, but due to differences it will have to approve the Senate version to send it to Trump, who is expected to veto it. [CNN]