Hillary Clinton Reveals U.S. Nuclear Secret During Presidential Debate


When talk began about Putin's “admiration” of Trump, once again, the nuclear codes were brought up. She told the entire world the nuclear process from the time the President calls for a nuke to be launched to how long it takes for the missile to hit the sky:

TRUMP: By Russia or anybody else.

WALLACE: You condemn their interference?

TRUMP: Of course I condemn. Of course I — I don't know Putin. I have no idea.

WALLACE: I'm not asking — I'm asking do you condemn?

TRUMP: I never met Putin. This is not my best friend. But if the United States got along with Russia, wouldn't be so bad.

Let me tell you, Putin has outsmarted her and Obama at every single step of the way. Whether it's Syria, you name it. Missiles. Take a look at the “start up” that they signed. The Russians have said, according to many, many reports, I can't believe they allowed us to do this. They create warheads, and we can't. The Russians can't believe it. She has been outsmarted by Putin.

And all you have to do is look at the Middle East. They've taken over. We've spent $6 trillion. They've taken over the Middle East. She has been outsmarted and outplayed worse than anybody I've ever seen in any government whatsoever.

WALLACE: We're a long way away from immigration, but I'm going to let you finish this topic. You got about 45 seconds.

TRUMP: And she always will be.

CLINTON: I — I find it ironic that he's raising nuclear weapons. This is a person who has been very cavalier, even casual about the use of nuclear weapons. He's…

TRUMP: Wrong.

CLINTON: … advocated more countries getting them, Japan, Korea, even Saudi Arabia. He said, well, if we have them, why don't we use them, which I think is terrifying.

But here's the deal. The bottom line on nuclear weapons is that when the president gives the order, it must be followed. There's about four minutes between the order being given and the people responsible for launching nuclear weapons to do so. And that's why 10 people who have had that awesome responsibility have come out and, in an unprecedented way, said they would not trust Donald Trump with the nuclear codes or to have his finger on the nuclear button.

TRUMP: I have 200 generals…

WALLACE: Very quickly.

TRUMP: … and admirals, 21 endorsing me, 21 congressional Medal of Honor recipients. As far as Japan and other countries, we are being ripped off by everybody in the — we're defending other countries. We are spending a fortune doing it. They have the bargain of the century.

All I said is, we have to renegotiate these agreements, because our country cannot afford to defend Saudi Arabia, Japan, Germany, South Korea, and many other places. We cannot continue to afford — she took that as saying nuclear weapons.

WALLACE: OK.

TRUMP: Look, she's been proven to be a liar on so many different ways. This is just another lie.

CLINTON: Well, I'm just quoting you when you were asked…

TRUMP: There's no quote. You're not going to find a quote from me.

CLINTON: … about a potential nuclear — nuclear competition in Asia, you said, you know, go ahead, enjoy yourselves, folks. That kind…

TRUMP: And defend yourselves.

CLINTON: … of language — well…

TRUMP: And defend yourselves. I didn't say nuclear. And defend yourself.

Why do liberals hate Putin so much? The world is too large and too dangerous to be clinging to Cold War animosity. If Hillary Clinton is elected president, war with Russia seems like an inevitability. Hillary and Obama's pride have proven to be the downfall of our already shaky friendship with Russia. As for the nuclear codes, why is Hillary and the Obama administration so obsessed with them? Is there some sort of greater threat in the works, coming from our own country? Hopefully we won't find out.

Source: washingtonpost.com

 



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