Donald Trump reported hearing Vladimir Putin use the “N” word in this disturbing context

Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to test the world.

Everyone is trying to figure out his frame of mind.

And Donald Trump reported hearing Vladimir Putin use the “N” word in this disturbing context.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine sparked the greatest threat to global stability since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.

Will Putin deploy nuclear weapons for the first time in 76 years?

In an interview with Fox Business host Stuart Varney, Donald Trump revealed that when he met with Putin, Putin repeatedly used the “N” word, which Trump told Varney meant he broached the subject of using nuclear weapons.

After Putin put his nuclear forces on special combat alert, the talk of the unthinkable happening increased.

And now many believe Putin will escalate matters further on the nuclear front.

“Washington expects more atomic moves from Mr. Putin in the days ahead. Moscow is likely to ‘increasingly rely on its nuclear deterrent to signal the West and project strength’ as the war and its consequences weaken Russia, Lt. Gen. Scott D. Berrier, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, told the House Armed Services Committee on Thursday,” The New York Times reports.

Russian military doctrine calls for escalating in order to de-escalate, meaning if Russia feels it is losing, it could launch a nuclear attack to force its foes into retreat or to end the conflict entirely.

In this case, the fear is that Russia will utilize one of its 2,000 tactical nuclear weapons, which are warheads with smaller blast yields than strategic nuclear weapons but can still wipe out entire cities.

Before the invasion, Russia moved Iskander-M launchers, which can fire missiles carrying tactical nuclear warheads at targets in Europe.

“A centerpiece of the new arsenal was the Iskander-M, first deployed in 2005. The mobile launcher can fire two missiles that travel roughly 300 miles. The missiles can carry conventional as well as nuclear warheads. Russian figures put the smallest nuclear blast from those missiles at roughly a third that of the Hiroshima bomb,” The New York Times also reported.

Voices in America calling for No-Fly zones or to attack Russian targets in Ukraine are asking for nuclear war with Russia.

One study commissioned by Princeton estimated there would be 90 million casualties in the first hours of such a conflict.

And many worry Russia utilizing a tactical nuclear warhead in Ukraine could lead to a series of miscalculations on both sides that results in nuclear holocaust.

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