A total of 50 senior national security officials had denounced the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as the United States (US) from their party. They warned Trump will be the most reckless president in American history.
Senior officials who declared their opposition to Trump, including former US Homeland Security director, a director of intelligence, a senior adviser to the US presidency and a former US trade representative. They are mostly served under President Richard Nixon to George W. Bush.
“We believe that he (Trump) will be the president of a dangerous and will put national security and prosperity of our country at risk,” wrote senior US officials in a statement as released by the New York Times and reported by AFP on Tuesday (09/08/2016 ).
In the statement, they do not call more if they would choose the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton. But they expressed doubts about the figure of Hillary. What is clear, blatant they stressed they will not choose Trump in the presidential election next November.
“None of us would choose Donald Trump,” said the statement.
Senior officials compact states, real estate entrepreneur from New York that did not fit was President of the United States. Trump called does not have a strong character, values, and experience to be president of the United States, plus ignorance about the basic facts of international politics.
Mentioned senior US officials in a statement, that Trump does not indicate an intention to learn about foreign affairs and national security threats. “He (Trump) is unable or do not intend to distinguish between truth and falsehood,” they called in a statement.
“We are confident that in the Oval Office, he (Trump) will be the most reckless president in American history,” said the statement, which also calls Trump has ‘dangerous quality’.
Those who signed the statement include Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff, who served as US Secretary of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush, and former US National Intelligence Director John Negroponte and CIA director under President Bush, Michael Hayeden. There is also the name of a former US Trade Representative who has also served as President of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, and also a former national security adviser to former US Vice President, Dick Cheney.