Unlike many other leaders of state, in the event of a nuclear attack President Donald Trump actually has a choice of several bunkers to head to.
If a nuclear threat was on the cards, President Trump would immediately be taken to a secure location and, according to this BBC News article, he has a number of places to go http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-42969877.
There’s one bunker under the White House, another – Mount Weather – hidden away in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia and a basic shelter under his Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago. He even has a bunker on his golf course in West Palm Beach.
All of these locations, of course, only come in handy if the President were to actually survive an initial attack. If he did, he and pre-selected key officials would need a secure place from which to hold out the nuclear winter and safely lead the USA in the aftermath.