Two Democrats on Tuesday introduced legislation that would prevent President Donald Trump from launching a first strike nuclear bomb without Congress declaring war.

Senator Edward Markey of Massachusetts and California Democrat  Rep. Ted Lieu issued a press release according to the Washington Examiner, explaining it was "urgent" that the legislation pass because Donald Trump won the Presidential election.

"It is a frightening reality that the U.S. now has a commander-in-chief who has demonstrated ignorance of the nuclear triad, stated his desire to be 'unpredictable' with nuclear weapons, and as president-elect was making sweeping statements about U.S. nuclear policy over Twitter," Lieu said in a statement.

Currently, the President has the sole authority to launch a nuclear weapon. A fact that probably won't change even with this piece of legislation.

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