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"I could make a call, and in 25 minutes, 70 million people would be dead."

Dear Blue,
In 1974, President Richard Nixon told reporters, “I can go into my office and pick up the telephone, and in 25 minutes, 70 million people will be dead.”

Today, President Trump could make a similar call, authorizing the launch of over 900 nuclear weapons in under 10 minutes and setting in motion the use of hundreds more within hours. As president, he has sole authority over our nuclear arsenal—no congressional authorization is required.
President Donald Trump leaves CIA headquarters accompanied by the
omnipresent officer carrying the nuclear "football" (Photo: REUTERS/Carlos Barria)

Every American should be concerned about this unchecked presidential authority. It is particularly urgent now, given the current officeholder's cavalier approach to classified information, confrontational style, and disdain for experts.

We need to restrict the President’s power to unilaterally trigger a nuclear war. 

Senators Ed Markey, Bernie Sanders, and Chris Van Hollen are cosponsoring legislation that would prohibit the president from launching a nuclear first strike without a declaration of war by Congress. In the House, 21 members of Congress are cosponsoring identical legislation, led by Rep. Ted Lieu.

Over 135,000 Americans have called on Congress to adopt this legislation, and we need to add your support now. 

We have endorsed this legislation because it underscores the need to fix the irresponsible and undemocratic nature of U.S. nuclear weapons use protocol.

As President Reagan acknowledged in 1984, "A nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought."

Click here to be part of this call for sanity and urge your senators and representative to check the president's authority to launch nuclear weapons.

Thank you,

Daryl G. Kimball
Executive Director

P.S. If you can, emphasize your support for a world without nuclear weapons with a donation $25, $70, or $125 right now to help us win the many battles ahead.

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