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Nuclear News: Does The US Have The Most Nukes? Trump Wants Top Spot Among Countries With Weapons Of Mass ... - International Business Times

RTR396OO (1) A deactivated Soviet-era SS-4 medium range nuclear capable ballistic missile is displayed at La Cabana fortress in Havana, Oct. 15, 2012 Photo: Reuters. President Donald Trump revealed Thursday that he wanted to expand the nation's nuclear ...and more »

Trump's call for US nuclear supremacy raises questions - CNN

Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump would like the US to be "at the top of the pack" when it comes to having nuclear weapons. The statement, in an interview with Reuters Thursday, left non-proliferation experts puzzled and concerned. The President ...and more »

Trump wants to make sure US nuclear arsenal at 'top of the pack' - Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Thursday he wants to ensure the U.S. nuclear arsenal is at the “top of the pack,” saying the United States has fallen behind in its weapons capacity. In a Reuters interview, Trump also said China ...and more »

Making America great again apparently includes Cold War-era nuclear dominance - Washington Post

At the end of last year, after he won the election but before he was inaugurated, President-elect Donald Trump decided to proactively set U.S. nuclear policy via Twitter. “The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability ...and more »

Donald Trump's Remarks Signal He Could Start a New Nuclear Arms Race - The Intercept

Donald Trump's declaration on Thursday that “if countries are going to have nukes, we're going to be at the top of the pack,” flew in the face of decades of U.S. efforts to negotiate cautious, mutual reductions in nuclear arsenals around the world ...and more »

Trump repeats call for US nuclear supremacy - BBC News

President Donald Trump has said he wants the United States to expand its nuclear arsenal, in his first comments on the issue since taking office. Mr Trump said it would be "wonderful" if no nation had nuclear arms, but otherwise the US must be "top of ...and more »

White House: US will not 'yield its supremacy' on nuclear front - Politico

The U.S. will not “yield its supremacy” in nuclear capabilities, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said on Thursday. Insisting the U.S. has fallen behind, President Donald Trump told Reuters earlier on Thursday that he wants to strengthen America ...and more »

Highlights of Reuters interview with Trump - Reuters

(Reuters) - Here are some of the highlights of the Reuters interview with U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday. ON HIS DECEMBER TWEET SAYING THE UNITED STATES SHOULD EXPAND ITS NUCLEAR CAPABILITY. ”We've fallen behind on nuclear weapon capacity. And ...and more »

Could Russia and the US prevent nuclear and environmental doomsday? - Russia Direct

Today politicians relegate the nuclear threat and environmental challenges to the secondary agenda. This could have grave implications for Russia, the United States and the world. It remains to be seen if the U.S. and Russia will be able to alleviate ...and more »

Experts Disagree with Trump's Claim That US Lagging in Nuclear Arms Capability - Newsweek

02_23_trump_08 U.S. President Donald Trump is interviewed by Reuters in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, February 23. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters. Share. U.S. Donald Trump Nuclear Energy. While President Donald Trump has suggested that the ...and more »