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Friday, December 9, 2016

Trump said about the superiority of Russian nuclear weapons on American


The candidate in US presidents from Republican billionaire Donald trump considers a nuclear Arsenal, which includes Russia, more powerful than the United States. He stated the first pre-election televised debates with his rival for the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton.


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Donald trump said that “Russia is expanding its capabilities in regard to nuclear weapons. “They have more new tools than we do,” said the Republican, speaking about the nuclear Arsenal of the Russian Federation, reports TASS.

The presidential candidate recalled that in the US Arsenal are such old nuclear bombers like the B-52, which “even your grandfather flew”. “We do not have time for other countries”, – said the billionaire.

In his view, nuclear weapons, and not climate change is the most serious threat to the United States.” The Republican added that he believes the ideal of full renunciation of such weapons, however, in case of his election, he did not intend to start disarming first, reports RIA Novosti.

Trump also noted that he did not inflict the first nuclear strike, as in this case, in the world, “end it all.” The politician added: “I cannot exclude anything, since there are States such as North Korea”.

The Republican expressed confidence that Beijing needs to take action in connection with the development of Pyongyang’s nuclear program. “China needs to solve this problem for us, should China enter North Korea,” added trump.

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