President Trump Wants the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons From the World

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President Trump said until his aim of a nuclear-free world is achieved,America will be the most powerful nuclear nation.Nuclear weapons pose the greatest threat to the world, the US PresidentDonald Trump has said as he favored a complete elimination of atomic armsby all countries possessing it including Pakistan, China, and Russia.

“I would like to de-nuke the world. I know that President Obama said globalwarming is the biggest threat. I totally disagree. I say that it’s a simpleone — Nuclear is our greatest threat worldwide.

Not even a question, noteven a close,” he told reporters yesterday at Bedminster in New Jersey.“So, I’d like to de-nuke the world.

I would like Russia and the UnitedStates, China and Pakistan, and many other countries that have nuclearweapons, get rid of them,” President Trump said.

President Trump said until his aim of a nuclear-free world is achieved,America will be the most powerful nuclear nation on the earth by far.

“Thefirst order I gave to my generals, I want this, our nuclear arsenal, to bethe biggest and the finest in the world,” President Trump said in responseto a question.“We spent a lot of money, a lot of time, and a lot of effort.

It is intip-top shape, and getting better and getting stronger. Until such time asthis scourge disappears, we will be so much better and so much strongerthan anybody else. And nobody, including North Korea, is going to bethreatening us with anything,” President said.

President Trump said his Administration will be increasing the militarybudget by many billions of dollars because of the North Korean threat andother reasons.

Talking about the Russia sacking 755 Diplomatic Staff of the U.S. Embassyin Moscow, Trump thanked his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, boastingthat the move would cut payrolls and save him some money.“I want to thank Putin because we’re trying to cut down on the payroll.

Andas far as I’m concerned, I’m very thankful that he let go of a large numberof people because now we have a smaller payroll,” he said.“There’s no real reason for them to go back.

So I greatly appreciate thefact that they’ve been able to cut our payroll for the United States. We’llsave a lot of money,” Donald Trump said.Moscow had last month announced counter measures in response to tough newsanctions proposed by the United States, ordering Washington to reduce itsDiplomatic Staff.