Trump Base DAHolt 16explains that populist groups and conservatives hate basic income proposals because they thingthat it gives it to people that are undeserving and populists hate it because they see it as a way to distract the populous from other solutions but they are reasonably ok with welfare in the squo because they see it as something that people have to buy into or work to use unline basic income that goes to everyone Street 16explains that the loss of trumps core base could cause him to lash out with nuclear weapons because he dynamics domestically under the presidency drive Washington to make irresponsible actions internationally and if he doesn’t sufficiently satisfy his supporters then this will likely pour fuel on the flames at home which may then quickly spread abroad and trump could fire nuclear weapons or they could frame domestic issues from unrest due to disappointing his base as international threats causing the next administration to feel overwhelmed and tempted to use nukes as response and Starr 15says nuke war causes extinction through firestorms nuke winter lack of agriculture and moreThe long-term effects of low temperatures and eliminated growing seasons means extinction. Starr ’17.[Steven Starr is the director of the University of Missouri’s Clinical Laboratory Science Program, as well as a senior scientist at the Physicians for Social Responsibility. He has been published in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and the Strategic Arms Reduction (STAR) website of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology., 01-09-2017, "Turning a Blind Eye Towards Armageddon — U.S. Leaders Reject Nuclear Winter Studies," Federation Of American Scientists, -reject-nuclear-winter-studies/] Now 10 years ago, several of the world’s leading climatologists and physicists chose to reinvestigate the long-term environmental impacts of nuclear war. The peer-reviewed studies they producedare considered to bethe most authoritative type of scientific research, which is subjected to criticism by the international scientific community before final publication in scholarly journals. No serious errors were found in these studies and their findings remain unchallenged. Working at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder, the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers, and the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at UCLA, these scientists used state-of-the-art computer modeling to evaluate the consequences of a range of possible nuclear conflicts. They began with a hypothetical war in Southeast Asia, in which a total of 100 Hiroshima-size atomic bombs were detonated in the cities of India and Pakistan. Please consider the following images of Hiroshima, before and after the detonation of the atomic bomb, which had an explosive power of 15,000 tons of TNT.