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    US generals are not indecisive; if the US president were to order a nuclear strike on another country, they’d carry out the orders immediately.

    To Strike or Not to Strike

    Adm. Scott Swift, the commander of the United States Pacific Fleet, answering the question whether he would be prepared to launch a nuclear attack on China if ordered to do so by Trump, responded, “The answer would be yes.”

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