In the days before the presidential election, President Donald Trump promised to cut greenhouse gas emissions to keep the country out of “catastrophic” climate change.
But the administration’s recent budget proposal includes a huge expansion of the nation’s nuclear arsenal.
Trump’s budget, which is expected to be released next week, calls for the construction of up to 4,000 new warheads, with an additional 1,200 being ordered for use by the Department of Energy.
The president also wants to expand nuclear-armed ballistic missiles to include a more powerful, medium-range missile.
These new weapons will have to be upgraded and upgraded.
Trump has proposed an “excessive” increase in the nations nuclear arsenal, and his budget proposal calls for adding another 1,000 weapons to the arsenal.
In order to ensure the country’s security, the budget recommends the development of a new type of tactical nuclear weapon.
This weapon would be able to be deployed from submarines, but it would have to undergo rigorous training to ensure it could reliably hit targets in an area as large as the United States.
A recent Pentagon report found that the cost of such a weapon would cost the United State billions of dollars.
According to a recent report by the Congressional Research Service, a joint Congressional Research Office and National Defense Panel, the cost for a conventional tactical nuclear missile, including upgrades and the purchase of additional warhead cores, would be $1.6 trillion.
It also estimated the cost to the United Nations for such a nuclear strike to be $6 billion, or roughly $60 billion for each nuclear strike.
The report, authored by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, stated that if the US wanted to strike an adversary in the Asia-Pacific region with a tactical nuclear strike, it would need to purchase enough strategic weapons to hit the target multiple times.
But despite the proposed increase in Americas nuclear capability, the Trump administration has been slow to deploy it.
As of October 31, the Department is still planning to spend $2.8 billion on the construction and procurement of strategic weapons, but only $400 million has been spent on nuclear weapons.
And even if Trump wanted to deploy a new strategic nuclear weapon in 2018, there is currently no plan to do so.
On top of that, the United Sates nuclear arsenal is only a fraction of what it would be if it were to ramp up nuclear weapons to full capacity.
In January 2017, the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a report that estimated the U.S. could be ready to launch its first strategic nuclear strike in 2028.
The Joint Chiefs noted that the U