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(CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday used a concept video of unlimited range nuclear warheads apparently raining down on Florida -- President Donald Trump's home away from home -- to tout his country's new firepower.

 
Putin boasted about the Kremlin's resurgent military might during his annual address to his nation's Parliament, hyping weaponry that he said would render NATO defenses "completely useless."
 
He drew repeated applause with animation-backed claims of nuclear-capable weapons that elude air-defense systems and "invincible" missiles that travel at hypersonic speed.
"Any use of nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies, any kind of attack, will be regarded as a nuclear attack against Russia, and in response, we will take action instantaneously no matter what the consequences are," Putin said. "Nobody should have any doubt about that."
 
 
Putin, who is up for re-election March 18, used Thursday's speech to showcase his country's strides in military technology.
 
"Russia still has the greatest nuclear potential in the world, but nobody listened to us," he said. "Listen now."
 
To drive home his point, Putin spoke as a video showed multiple nuclear warheads streaking through space before showering down on what appears to be the outline of the state of Florida.
 
 
 

In that speech he also said Russia will defend its allies. If they are attacked Russia will strike back. North Korea is an ally of Russia. Could he be telling Trump that if he carries out his threat to use the bomb on North Korea Russia will strike the US. This could be a shot across Trumps bowel. The cold war again. Who knows right now, but if it is thanks Trump. The Russians might be sick of their child. What do you think.


He could also be colluding with Trump to justify breaking the Defense Spending Cap 0f $450 Billion and pushing it up to 700 Billion

 

Lookey here - Russia has all this Equipment that puts us at risk - we need a Trillion more this year on Defense Spending

 

 

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(CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday used a concept video of unlimited range nuclear warheads apparently raining down on Florida -- President Donald Trump's home away from home -- to tout his country's new firepower.

 
Putin boasted about the Kremlin's resurgent military might during his annual address to his nation's Parliament, hyping weaponry that he said would render NATO defenses "completely useless."
 
He drew repeated applause with animation-backed claims of nuclear-capable weapons that elude air-defense systems and "invincible" missiles that travel at hypersonic speed.
"Any use of nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies, any kind of attack, will be regarded as a nuclear attack against Russia, and in response, we will take action instantaneously no matter what the consequences are," Putin said. "Nobody should have any doubt about that."
 
 
Putin, who is up for re-election March 18, used Thursday's speech to showcase his country's strides in military technology.
 
"Russia still has the greatest nuclear potential in the world, but nobody listened to us," he said. "Listen now."
 
To drive home his point, Putin spoke as a video showed multiple nuclear warheads streaking through space before showering down on what appears to be the outline of the state of Florida.
 
 
 

In that speech he also said Russia will defend its allies. If they are attacked Russia will strike back. North Korea is an ally of Russia. Could he be telling Trump that if he carries out his threat to use the bomb on North Korea Russia will strike the US. This could be a shot across Trumps bowel. The cold war again. Who knows right now, but if it is thanks Trump. The Russians might be sick of their child. What do you think.

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(CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday used a concept video of unlimited range nuclear warheads apparently raining down on Florida -- President Donald Trump's home away from home -- to tout his country's new firepower.

 
Putin boasted about the Kremlin's resurgent military might during his annual address to his nation's Parliament, hyping weaponry that he said would render NATO defenses "completely useless."
 
He drew repeated applause with animation-backed claims of nuclear-capable weapons that elude air-defense systems and "invincible" missiles that travel at hypersonic speed.
"Any use of nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies, any kind of attack, will be regarded as a nuclear attack against Russia, and in response, we will take action instantaneously no matter what the consequences are," Putin said. "Nobody should have any doubt about that."
 
 
Putin, who is up for re-election March 18, used Thursday's speech to showcase his country's strides in military technology.
 
"Russia still has the greatest nuclear potential in the world, but nobody listened to us," he said. "Listen now."
 
To drive home his point, Putin spoke as a video showed multiple nuclear warheads streaking through space before showering down on what appears to be the outline of the state of Florida.
 
 
 

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