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Darkness at Noon: GOP prohibited CBO cost analysis of Nuclear Modernization Act..blank check for M/I Complex

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Trump has reversed 40 years of nuclear de-escalation by tweeting his "Let there be an arms race," as the New Start Treaty is still reducing nuclear warhead, the process of decreasing nuclear risk of war has been re-enforced by the Nuclear Modernization Act, which provides for new methods of delivery (such as the 80 billion for new bombers that can reach Moscow and Beijing) and ungrading existing weapons. The plan was introduced and passed by Republicans, by 44 to 36 Dems (for) with only 13 (7 Democrats) voting against. The plan is estimated to cost a trillion dollars, and it serves to end the de-escalation process and begin anew, an arms race that will embolden hardliners in Russia, China, and every other nuclear power, as well as Iran, which just got rid of its nuclear weapons insfrastructure and now is being threatened by Trump favorites like John Bolton (Bomb Iran), whom Trump describes as "a good man."

He was likely not chosen as Secy of State because of opposition in Congress, and some even think because of his mustache, which Trump does not think looks the part.

Donald Trump rejected Secretary of State candidate John Bolton over his moustache, adviser reveals (

"I watched him yesterday, actually, and he was very good in defending me in some of my views, and very, very strong. And I've always liked John Bolton. Well, we are thinking about it, Hugh. I will say that. We are thinking about it ( ie choosing him as Secy of State)."

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