Nations all over the world have nuclear power capabilities.
But only nine nations have nuclear weapons capabilities–only nine nations actually have nuclear weapons:
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Israel (Zionist State)
The President of the United States can start a nuclear war.
And the President of the United States can provoke a nuclear war, by provoking the leader of any other nation that actually has nuclear weapons.
This means the President of the United States has got to be able to communicate with leaders like Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un in an assertive manner–not aggressive, not passive-aggressive, not passive–but assertive. The President of the United States has got to be able to communicate with the leader of any nuclear-armed nation in a firm, yet non-combative manner.
Donald Trump is the only one of the Democratic or Republican presidential candidates who would not be able to do this at all.
Each of the others might–but some would be less capable than others.
Frankly, I wish Jeb Bush wouldn’t have dropped out–he would have been the most capable.
I’m not going to vote for any presidential candidate affiliated with any political party, unless the Republican Party is
stupid suicidal enough to nominate Donald Trump.
But this question must be asked by every voter of himself or herself:
Can I be reasonably certain that my preferred candidate would not start or provoke a nuclear war, as President of the United States?