October 12, 2017

Trump Threatens to Fill The US Thus The World with Nukes,Threatens to Sue Reporters

There are two issues someone should clarify to Trump now:


1. The Presidency is not Royal and He is Not King that Can Just Step on The Freedom of Press just to name one.

2. Where was he planning to use all of those thousand of Nukes. He only needs one for North Korea, let's say and also will kill any Northern Spies in the South Peninsula which will probably kill half of the South population too. Yes, China will get some of that Nuke too.

Then to close the conversation with him since he seems to have attention deficit, how much $money$ will that cost (probably will close the government except for immigration, policing and war making)??? I forgot one, AirforceOne


 The Castle Romeo nuclear test on Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands, in 1954. That was a tiny baby compared to today's' warheads



Variety:

President Donald Trump has threatened to challenge the broadcast licenses of NBC and other networks in a series of tweets posted Wednesday morning.

The tweets were apparently spurred by a report from NBC News that said Trump expressed a desire to increase the U.S. nuclear arsenal by tenfold.

“Fake [NBC News] made up a story that I wanted a ‘tenfold’ increase in our U.S. nuclear arsenal. Pure fiction, made up to demean. NBC = CNN!” Trump tweeted. “With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for the country!” 

Trump’s threat to challenge the broadcast licenses that NBC holds with the FCC for its owned-and-operated stations recalls President Richard Nixon’s similar threats against the Washington Post’s parent company at the height of the Watergate scandal in the 1970s. However, Nixon’s threats were made in private, not for public consumption on social media.


In reality, a challenge to NBC’s broadcast licenses would be a lengthy process involving petitions at the FCC. But Trump’s statement predictably raised hackles in media circles as it raised the specter of government censorship of a news organization. The National Association of Broadcasters was quick to issue a statement after Trump’s tweet.

“The founders of our nation set as a cornerstone of our democracy the First Amendment, forever enshrining and protecting freedom of the press,” NAB president Gordon Smith said. “It is contrary to this fundamental right for any government official to threaten the revocation of an FCC license simply because of a disagreement with the reporting of a journalist.”


Editorial:
One question for the public because I have never been pro making holes in the earth and special planes in the skies to save the first family and most of the government as possible (no fun being commander in chief of just your own family): 
Why do we let the government fund nuclear proof undisclosed locations to save the first family? The President is not needed to conduct a war once started.

I think it will make someone think twice about even using nuclear weapons first if he knew he and his family will be wiped out along with mine. Commanders fight in front of the troops they don't hide behind nuclear blasts doors, particularly if you are "Commanding in Chief." Presidents are what we make them and Trump was elected, just like Hitler and every despot in the,20, 21 century in the world stage. I wish we will complaint less about things we let happen and are too late to undo and get information about these people that make promises that if you look at their background are people that are failures and don't keep thpromisesmies.

Trumps Failures before the RW House:
Failures: Airlines, Casinos, Marriages, Mortgage University, Vodka, Bankruptcies


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