Top general says he'd push back against 'illegal' nuclear strike order
One year ago - By KCCI
"I provide advice to the President," John Hyten said. "He'll tell me what to do, and if it's illegal, guess what's going to happen? I'm gonna say, 'Mr. President, that's illegal.'
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General in charge of US nukes says he can defy an ‘illegal' strike order from Trump
One year ago - By RT
In the wake of recent Senate debates on the US President's supposedly unquestionable authority to start a nuclear war, a top general says it's not as easy as pushing a red button. All the US top brass, himself included, are trained to disobey “illegal” orders.
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