North Korea crisis: Donald Trump’s emergency nuclear war plan REVEALED

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
By Paul Martin

DONALD Trump’s emergency plan in the event of a full-scale North Korea attack has been revealed by a nuclear expert amid fears World War 3 could break out at any moment.

Wed, Nov 29, 2017

North Korea yesterday sent an intercontinental ballistic missile crashing into the Sea of Japan, with US officials warning the weapon was powerful enough to have reached Washington DC.

The hermit state appears to be moving ever-closer to launching an all-out attack on Kim Jong-un’s Western rivals, setting alarm bells ringing in Seoul, Tokyo and Washington.

One nuclear expert has now revealed what would happen if Kim Jong-un launches an attack on the US or any of its allies.

Dr Bruce Blair, a former US Airforce officer at a nuclear war launch site, said in the event of an attack Donald Trump would immediately be whisked to a secret location.

Dr Blair, who went on to found anti-nuclear war pressure group Global Zero, said the US would have just minutes to act if North Korea launches a missile aimed at the mainland or its allies.

He said: “If North Korea launches a missile aimed at US or allied territory, the fiery hot plume of the booster would be detected within one minute by US satellites equipped with heat detectors.

“Within a few minutes, two key ground radar sites in Alaska would detect and analyse the missile path, providing further cueing information to the missile defence units which would begin to prepare to launch their interceptors.”

If the missile was found to be soaring towards America or an ally, Mr Trump would be rushed by helicopter to a location outside Washington DC.

US missiles would also be sent to intercept the hostile rocket, aiming to destroy it in mid-flight.

After being evacuated from the White House, Mr Trump would then board a so-called “Doomsday plane”, which would take him to a military centre far from the capital.

This aircraft is equipped with “all the launch codes and the communications gear” needed to send urgent messages to submarines, missile crews and bomber squads, Dr Blair said.

From there, or from an unspecified military base in America’s midwest, Mr Trump would need to decide whether a retaliation strike should be ordered.

Dr Blair said: “If it threatens North America, the protocol for nuclear or non-nuclear retaliation would continue and a presidential decision on retaliation rendered within a few additional minutes.

“Prior to the decision, the entire US military would be alerted and their readiness raised two notches to a level known as Defence Condition Two.

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