US should mount pressure on Vladimir Putin by sending nuclear submarines to sail the Russian coast, says Trump.

The US former president Donald Trump said on Monday that the US should put pressure on Vladimir Putin by sending nuclear submarines to sail the Russian coast – according to a report.

In a Fox Business interview, Trump said that he heard Putin use the n-word all the time, and he used the nuclear word all the time during his talks with Putin while he was in office.

As soon as we see him we say, Oh, that guy is a nuclear power.

But we’re a better nuclear power than the other people. Those are the most powerful machines ever made. We have the best submarines in the world, and they are the fastest “He told the host, Stuart Varney, what he had said.

Donald Trump said: You should say: Look, if you say that word one more time, we’re going to send them over and we’re going to be going up and down your coast.

You can’t let this tragedy go on any longer. Do not let this happen. You can’t let this many people die.

There are 14 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines in the US Navy’s fleet. They were built for stealth and the precise delivery of nuclear warheads, the Navy says.

On February 27, Putin put Russia’s nuclear-deterrent forces on high alert in response to what he called “illegitimate Western sanctions” that were put in place after his country took over Ukraine.

Trump’s new idea, on the other hand, seems to go against the US’s policy of not getting involved in Russia’s war in Ukraine with direct military action.

A no-fly zone over Ukraine, for example, has been ruled out by President Joe Biden. This would likely lead to a fight between Russian and Ukrainian forces.

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