Thank you Juan for pulling together again all of the evidence for prosecution against the architects of the Iraq War. Since seeing the news crawler this morning about that jackass Trump "re-vamping the intelligence community because they got it so wrong on Iraq" I've been waiting for an article here addressing this, which is what I'm sure, was your intent.
First and foremost, and which needs little explanation, Trump's outrageous remarks are "just" substituting one lie for another (or one lie for many lies).
Second, prosecution for what? There are two aggrieved parties here: the most harmed is the global community in the immediate personage of the people of Iraq, which saw an aggressor nation abrogate international treaties which itself had helped construct. Most damningly the US launched a war of aggression without any provocation, and the justifications given were all lies by a craven political cabal, not mistakes by the professional intelligence community; the other aggrieved party is the American people, whose nation has been financially bankrupted, morally and ethically disgraced, and many of its sons and daughters killed or maimed for the enrichment of the chief architects of that war under the cover of egregious lies.
If Trump really wanted to fix something (get effing serious) he'd turn all of the criminals over to the world court for prosecution for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Concurrently all should be tried here for treason against the people of the US for the aforementioned financial malfeasance, moral depravity, and for the wrongful deaths and mutilations of those it engaged and directed in that criminal enterprise.
They will never of course be detained or prosecuted, but that braying jackass Trump has provided an opening to address this huge festering cancerous lie. Press him on it, insult him, prick his thin skin and make him pick the oozing scab of this most self-inflicted of wounds. Make it possible for America to be great someday. Yeah, a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...