While discussing President Donald Trump, MSNBC’s Al Sharpton brought up the nuclear “football” that contains the launch codes for a nuclear strike.
Sharpton said it was “dangerous to think that this man is actually walking around with the codes and acting on impulse and ego.” — you’re one to talk about an ego, pal!
“I think he’s very influenced by the last group of people. He prides himself that ‘I am the boss. I’m going to make the decision.’ And I don’t know if Bannon wasn’t in the room, but if it was positioned in a way, he’s not going to dig down into the policy of it.”
“He does it on instinct. And I think that’s what’s dangerous to think that this man is actually walking around with the codes and acting on impulse and ego. That is very frightening, all jokes aside. And I think when you look at the fact that he can have such a diametrically opposing view on various policies that affect those parts of the world, it shows that we as a nation better be very careful.