A Trump presidency could make terrorism more likely, for example, because of his impetuous, reactionary personality. "Terrorism is by definition a form of psychological warfare," says David Schanzer, director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security. "… That's what I would worry about from a Trump presidency, that he would essentially be an easy mark for psychological manipulation."
Security Issues in David Schanzer in Fast Company
Law professor Joseph Blocher compares the statements and proposals of the two major presidential candidates on gun rights to the text and history of the Constitution.
Joseph Blocher in the “We The People” podcast
Political science professor David Rohde sees Sen. Richard Burr’s continued support for Donald Trump as a tough political calculation. “If he withdraws his support from Trump, he will alienate some portion of Trump’s supporters” and if he “sticks with Trump, he will alienate some of his own supporters who might then abstain or even vote for [his opponent Deborah] Ross. The key point is that there is no good option available, and that information about what is the better (or less worse) option is very imperfect.”
Fighting Extremism in CBSNews.com
Christena Cleveland in the Religion News Service