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Reviewing nukes was not Trump's first order, it was his 13th

10 Août 2017

Alarming thing to lie about.

Former Obama foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes criticized in a tweet on Wednesday what he called President Donald Trump's "lie" about the USA nuclear arsenal during the crisis with North Korea.

My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal. "It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before...." He continued his strong language Wednesday when he tweeted that the United States nuclear arsenal is "far stronger and more powerful than ever before".

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The president's tweet was an apparent reference to the ongoing Nuclear Posture Review, a legislatively mandated look at US nuclear capabilities and strategy which Trump began on January 27 with an executive order.

Donald Trump spent the morning tweeting away, which wouldn't ordinarily be especially interesting, except for one online missive about nuclear weapons.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson rushed to soothe the wave of panic which arose, saying he does not believe there was "an imminent threat" in Trump's words, and that the exchange of threats between the president and the DPRK does not mean that Washington is preparing its military. Get ready for more of this.