I think it just remains to be seen how Trump is. I think he probably won't do much, but... The thing is that presidencies build on each other, and sometimes you don't feel really know how good or bad they were until a long time later. Reagan, at least, is controversial. Like, people in certain fields can predict, but... Well, for example, the current economic situation can be traced back to Clinton, at least, when he took regulations off the housing market. Bush continued that trend, and Obama didn't help. Well, Trump himself is pretty extreme. A lot of people hated Bush, too, mostly over the Iraq war, but he tried to be... diplomatic isn't the word I'm looking for, but he wasn't inflammatory. On the other hand, Trump says whatever he wants regardless of how people will react (or, more likely, he does it to get a reaction), and... The response is pretty much what I'd expect. It seems to me like it really has little to do with Trump as a policy maker, and much more to do with his comments. As for nukes, on the other hand, we don't know what everyone else has, either. It's probably not up to our standards, but it's still an unknown. I'm not saying it's likely that we'll have nuclear warfare, just that it's a possibility. That incident in Hawaii kind of reminded me of one of the times we almost did end up there, when someone missed a message that someone was just testing, and we took it for a real threat. Oh, yeah, EMPs could definitely doe some damage here; our economy is so closely tied to technology.