POTUS does not have the kind of power that you think he has. If JB Junior got by with 2 wars, I think Trump will too. I mean he's going to get briefed and "trained" everyday and he can learn very quickly unlike Bush Junior. Trump would make a great leader because he'll have the best intelligence and military advisors in the world. The power will always lie in the hands of the CIA and other guys who know whats going on in the field.so with trump coming into the big time in politics do you think he will understand the military and defence techniques to protect the country from terrorists and does he look like a president that would keep the peace?
Donald Trump doesn't seem very experienced with military politics, or foreign relations for that matter. I'd worry that if he becomes President of the United States he wouldn't be able to handle military affairs properly. He isn't even very well liked by our allies, which is extremely worrisome. He also doesn't seem to have much of a stance on military at all, with the exception of proposing to fix the Veteran Affairs Department. He'd have to put in a lot of work to better understand military/foreign affairs if he becomes President.
The loose-canon political cop on the edge personality that Trump flaunts around isn't what everyone makes it out to be. He's done a good job making himself look like a malevolent candidate who won't back down on his word and says what people want to say, and the fear tactic-esque stuff he says is for the purpose of exposure. Our government still has integrity, and Trump is going to have to go through the same checks and balances of any other president.I like the stance of President Obama when he reminds us that the President will have access to launch codes at all time, so think carefully about who you put in the White House. I mean no offense at all. I'm just scared to even think of Donal Trump managing the affairs of the USA, let alone our defenses. The guys has a short fuse and seems to be trigger happy. I am very cautious of who I want to see running the country.