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Trump revealed secrets about nuclear submarines

Trump revealed secrets about nuclear submarines

Media reports indicate that former US President Donald Trump revealed secret information about submarines carrying nuclear warheads during a dinner with Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt after the end of his term.

Former US President Donald Trump reportedly shared classified information about nuclear submarines with an Australian businessman after his term ended. The Republican shared the details during a dinner party at his private home, Mar-a-Lago, in the US state of Florida, among other places, ABC and the New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt is said to have then published details about the submarines. He was questioned by the Attorney General’s Office as part of the ongoing investigation against Trump.

Secret documents at Mar-a-Lago

Trump has to fight legitimately on several fronts. The Republican is accused, among other things, of illegally storing highly sensitive information from his time as president of the United States in private rooms. According to the indictment, these include classified documents containing information about US nuclear capabilities and the country’s military contingency plans. The FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago property in August 2022 and seized several classified information there. Trump pleaded not guilty at the subpoena hearing that took place in Miami in June. This was Trump’s first federal indictment. The trial is scheduled to begin on May 20, 2024.

The name of the Australian billionaire does not appear in the indictment in the case. The New York Times identified the man. So it’s Anthony Pratt, president of packaging company Pratt Industries. According to the research, Trump did not show the man any classified materials, but he did talk about classified information. Specifically, according to the New York Times, the former president reportedly talked about the number of nuclear warheads on board the submarines and how close the submarines could get to Russian boats without being detected. (ag.; red)

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