about a technology we don't apparently (?) use, (he has Tweeted out classified info before) or is conflating something we do have with whatever the Russians blew up, or that his message could seem to be construed as cold-blooded when reports are several Russian scientists died in the accident. It's all pretty awful, really, but just think, it was only during the 2015 GOP primary debates we learned he had no idea what the nuclear triad was.
His answer back in 2015 regarding nukes was that they were powerful, so you shouldn't let madmen have a hold of them. Fair enough. He also is pretty cool right now with North Korea's recent handful of missile tests because Kim Jong-Un has written him very lovely letters, which is proof enough to Trump that Kim is not a madman. It was also in a 2015 primary debate that Trump admitted one of his weaknesses as being that he trusted people too much. Although, we have also learned, Trump doesn't trust what he thinks of as the "Deep State". That is to say, or so it seems, he doesn't trust people who know what they are doing.
His Tweet claims "the United States is learning much". With Tweets like this, it is clear Trump is not.