Trump may tweet, but least he’s not Bill Clinton, who once lost the nuclear codes

Trump may tweet, but least he’s not Bill Clinton, who once lost the nuclear codes

[Ed. – Hey, the general said it, not us. Just passing it on.  Lost “for a series of months.”  That’s a lotta lost.]

The North Korean hermit state has been threatening to become a nuclear power all the way back to Bill Clinton’s presidency. It’s a good thing they didn’t accomplish that goal in the 1990’s, because for a long period of time, Bill Clinton could not have fired a nuclear weapon.

Why? Because the Clinton White House once lost the nuclear codes.

The story of Clinton losing the nuclear codes first came to light in the book “Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior” by Gen. Hugh Shelton, who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for three years of the Clinton presidency. …

Shelton describes in his book how, for a series of months during the Clinton presidency, the nuclear codes were actually missing. “How the hell could we have lost the nuclear codes and not known it?” Sheldon writes.

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