The Washington Post has a fairly depressing article out today, talking about the authorization for use of nuclear force in the United States. The bottom line is a grim one: The dueling threats issued by President Trump and the North Korean military have prompted questions about U.S. procedures to launch a preemptive nuclear attack. The answer is stark: If the president wants to strike, his senior military advisers have few options but to carry it out or resign. ... A December 2016 assessment by the Congressional Research Service stated that the president “does not need the concurrence of either his military advisors or the U.S. Congress to order the launch of nuclear weapons.” Additionally, the assessment said, “neither the military nor Congress can overrule these orders.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ave-few-other-options/?utm_term=.696c667919b8 So. Are there any options at all available to stop a crazy President from unleashing nuclear "fire and fury"?