Trump Conducts National Security Crisis in Public—With Social Media Posts, Pictures, and Nuclear Weapons


President Donald Trump faced a national security crisis when North Korea tested Pukguksong-2 intermediate range ballistic missile this weekend. It was a success. This violated the terms of the UN Security Council which restricts the regime’s nuclear weapons program.

When President Trump heard the news, in lieu of going to a SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) when discussing security issues; Trump was eating at the Mar-a-Lago mansion with the Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe and elected to stay at the table.

He summoned his aids to bring the classified information to the dinner table, where he and Prime Minister Abe began to strategize what to do. Then the duo adjourned to an outdoor patio.

National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon held cell phones lights to so the team could review the documents.

Mar-a-Lago guests—civilians without security clearance—including Richard DeAgnazio, then posted the findings on social media including the “nuclear football” or “atomic football” where the President of the United States can authorize nuclear attacks while away from command centers.

Thanks to social media tracking, we now know that as of Saturday, at 4:56 p.m. EST, anyone can find the “nuclear football” and the President of the United States of America at Mar-a-Lago, 1100 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL.