Trump is the wrong person to run the United States nuclear arsenal.
This is the conclusion of a former Pentagon official, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and a former senior U.S. military officer who served in nuclear arms control.
The nuclear weapons experts say that Trump would have to be more of a pragmatist than a leader who has to get everything right every time.
He would have no real power and no real ability to make nuclear weapons secure, said Michael Oren, who served as chief of staff for Vice President Joe Biden, a Democratic presidential candidate.
Oren said Trump would be better off focusing on “what’s important” and making the best use of his powers as president to achieve that.
He’s not a nuclear arms specialist, but he’s a nuclear security expert and a nuclear weapons expert.
Onder said Trump’s position on nuclear weapons is “pretty much the same” as that of other presidents, including that of Obama.
“The question is what’s going to happen if the Russians don’t get their way and we have to start all over again?”
Flynn said in a CNN interview.
Trump’s administration has been working on several options to make sure the United Kingdom and France maintain their nuclear weapons stockpiles and that they can defend themselves.
These include keeping some weapons in storage until the end of the decade and increasing the production of new ones.
The administration is also exploring ways to make the United states more powerful and more capable by creating an alternative force, according to two people familiar with the process.
Flynn said the United Nations has asked the Trump administration to create a “super-state” that could be a buffer between the United State and Russia.
The proposal would be a big leap forward for Trump, who is trying to win the hearts and minds of Americans.
But Trump’s views are deeply skeptical about nuclear weapons and nuclear proliferation, and many Republicans in Congress have questioned his commitment to national security and the country’s nuclear weapons.
Flynn called Trump’s stance “an existential threat to America and to the world.”
“He’s not the right leader for this job,” Flynn said.
“But he’s the right guy to be running it.”
He said Trump needs to understand the “big picture,” and that he would be “much better” at doing that as president than he is as president now.
“He has a lot of options to go to, but that’s what’s important, he’s not constrained by the constraints of his own party,” Oren added.
“That’s what makes him uniquely qualified.”
A former Pentagon nuclear arms expert says that Trump’s policies and his views on nuclear proliferation have been “misguided” for decades.
Michael Flynn in an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Feb. 1, 2020.
Flynn says Trump is not “a nuclear arms specialists” and would be less effective than other presidents in implementing policies.
The former military officer, who has served in the United Arab Emirates, said that Trump is “not the best person” to lead U. S. nuclear weapons programs.
“When I went to nuclear arms experts, and I think they were right, they said that, if you’re going to do it, you have to do a lot better than he has done,” Onder, the former Marine Corps officer, said in an exclusive interview with National Review.
Ober’s experience was limited to a few years in the 1990s, when he was the deputy director of strategic planning for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and later as chief executive officer of Lockheed Martin, a major defense contractor.
“I think the big takeaway is that he is not an expert in nuclear weapons,” Ober said.
Trump is also “not a nuclear weapon specialist,” Oter said.
He added that Trump “is not the best president for this,” but said he would “make a better president than any other.”
Trump is a “total isolationist,” Ore’s experience shows.
“So we are on the brink of nuclear war, and Trump has done nothing to protect our country from it. “
Russia was clearly the adversary of the United KINGDOM,” Oret, the retired Marine Corps general, wrote in a memo on March 4, 2016.
Oret also said that during the presidential campaign, Trump said he “would never be president of the U.N. unless we have nuclear weapons.” “
Trump is, therefore, an isolationism hawk.”
Oret also said that during the presidential campaign, Trump said he “would never be president of the U.N. unless we have nuclear weapons.”
The former Marine colonel told National Journal that Trump has “no intention of building up the U,S.
nuclear arsenal,” and “has said he does not believe in the use of nuclear weapons, and he has not explained why he has stopped the building of the nuclear capability.”
Ore said Trump “has done nothing” to build up the United Israel forces.