Being far away from danger and ordering others to die in a distant war is not called "bravery" or "courage." It is often called "hubris."
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) September 4, 2013
But perhaps I'm wrong.
Maybe he meant John Adams.
Or Harry Truman.
Obviously he could not have been referring to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who famously began each battle of World War II by having Eleanor sound horn of Helm Hammerhand
after which he rode out at the head of his army to personally meet the Wehrmacht Uruk-hai on the field.