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Submitted by rw (United States), Aug 4, 2016 at 04:24

Dear Dr Pipes,

Given that the most dangerous threat in the world is Iran and the probability of them developing nuclear weapons that they would have no scruple about using on infidels, might it not be wiser to support the one candidate, however malodorous, who might be disposed to do something about it?

Isn't that one threat sufficient to override all other factors?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

How do you know that Trump will do something about it? You have no idea. He changes his mind at will and tells us "everything is a suggestion."

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