Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton indicted President Trump on Monday, after she has repeatedly suggested to top officials that the US should investigate whether an atomic bomb could halt the onslaught of massive hurricanes threatening the country each year.
"We Should not Destroy Hurricanes," tweeted Democratic presidential candidate 2016 on Monday morning after a report by Axios Trump told Homeland Security and other officials. an allegation that Trump denied.
"As they move across the Atlantic, we throw a bomb into the eye of the hurricane and it bothers him, why can not we do that?" he is said to have asked Axios.
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The source told Axios that the participants of the meeting were amazed and that Trump had allegedly asked for the use of a nuclear bomb in more than one Opportunity.
Trump vehemently denied the suggestion to launch a nuclear strike against a force of nature on Monday ̵
"The story of Axios It's ridiculous that President Trump was having major hurricanes before reaching the coast Nuclear weapons wanted to blow up, "tweeted Trump. "I have never said that. Only more FAKE NEWS! "
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The National Administration for the Ocean and the Atmosphere reported that the nuclear option was a bad idea.
"Apart from the fact that this may not even change the storm, this approach neglects the problem that the released radioactive fallout moves relatively quickly with the trade winds to affect land areas and cause devastating environmental problems," it says on the website. 19659003] Edmund DeMarche of Fox News has contributed to this report.