Brother Love may be a little too trusting.
Bruce Prichard recently appeared on WrestleZone Radio in conjunction with the launch of his podcast Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard. Prichard spoke about a number of topics that involved presidential candidate Donald Trump, who has a long history of working with WWE, including having his hotel be host to WrestleMania's 4 and 5. Prichard talked if he ever worked personally with Donald Trump in WWE.
"I worked very closely with the Donald during his WWE tenure prior to the WrestleMania  with Vince," Prichard said. "Yes. I’ve got a picture with Donald right up on the wall of my office."
The former WWE producer said that he enjoyed working with Trump. He said that he loved talking to him and has an interesting viewpoint on certain, which we have all come to learn.
"He was a lot of fun to work with because you never knew exactly what you were going to get," Prichard said. "I enjoyed being around Donald. He was easy as hell to work with. He got it.
Now onto the big question, if he would be fine with Donald Trump having control of nuclear launch codes, which has been the subject as of late in this upcoming presidential election.
"Without a doubt," Prichard said. "He’d have people around him that knew their stuff and that he would trust to advise him. He would never go over half cocked. To go off half cocked with the nuclear codes with the media out there… he’s using the media. He’s using everything at his disposal to try and do something that has never been done before. I can only speak from my experience with him and my experience was dealing with him on ideas and dealing with him on a day to day basis. I found it hilarious that they got the southern kid from Texas and the southern boy from Georgia in Michael Hayes and we were the two that were tethered to Donald the whole time he was there. We kind of wrangled Donald. We were two southern boys wrangling a New York billionaire. He was great. I laughed when they said, 'Aw! This guy with the nuclear codes?!' I’m like, 'Come on people.'"
Prichard's podcast debuted August 5 on iTunes & AudioBoom as part of the MLW Radio family of podcasts.