Well said but a broader perspective will clarify. Mr. Trump is neither weak or afraid - the Constitution was designed to limit the power of a President and it does. But Mr. Trump is a poor communicator who understands business and deal-making but not leading a nation. He is also somewhat immature and is used to leading an entirely self-satisfied life - he has never had to make the kind of personal sacrifices which other Presidents, such as FDR and JFK, had to make. It is precisely in overcoming great personal adversity that the character of high achieving Presidents is formed. It is doubted that anyone is afraid of who will come after Mr. Trump - there are no "real men" left in politics. And after listening to Dave for quite some time, I would agree you hit the nail squarely on the head - he could write books that would rival those by Ian Fleming or John le Carre.