Pentagon is considering nuclear attacks as a response to cyber attacks.
The New York Times reported that the Defense Department's 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, details whether to retaliate against a cyber attack aimed at the United States by way of nuclear strikes against the culprit.
This comes in response to years of cyber hacks and attacks as well as rumors of attacks by North Korea and others.
This is being pushed as a strategy to scare U.S enemies that have the ability to attack the United States through cyber warfare.
The New York states that a cyber attack does not mean there will automatically be a nuclear response.
In extreme conditions of a cyber attack, then this strategy may come into play.
A new poll states that voters believe Trump will be cleared of the Russia probe.
The counsel is to be held by Robert Mueller and in the political world there is a lot of speculation. Some people are just waiting for Trump to say something incriminating that will get him jammed up.
I'm surprised at this poll. Even more I'm surprised Trump still has people that believe he can keep his mouth shut long enough or even answer questions about Russia with saying spilling the beans.
This has more to do with the American people being gullible than it does with what Donald Trump actually has to say.
The Justice Department is launching a new investigation into the Clinton Foundation to figure out whether they were involved in pay for play politics and other illegal activities that Hillary Clinton may have been involved in when was the Secretary of State.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Agents from Arkansas were collecting information on the Clinton foundation for more than a year.
Top Trump Justice Department Officials promise that law enforcement will continue the investigations that the Obama administration did not dig deep enough into.
Victor Jarome Morrow