Senate Panel Approves Funds For Live Nuclear Testing "If Necessary" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Senate Panel Approves Funds For Live Nuclear Testing "If Necessary"

Previously is was only in the realm of speculation whether the White House would actually move forward with recent confirmed "discussions" over resumption of live nuclear testing, which hasn't been done in nearly thirty years, since the close of the Cold War and implementation of arms reduction treaties.

But now the Senate Armed Services Committee has just brought the US closer to resumption of testing, and appears to be moving forward with giving President Trump the option of pulling the trigger if the decision is made.

On Monday multiple reports confirmed that under an amendment by hawkish Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, $10 million is to be set aside in preparation for live nuclear testing.

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