Trump proposed launching missiles at Mexico to destroy drug laboratories

The former president of the United States, donald trumpmade a query to his Secretary of Defense at that time, mark t waitto know the possibility of launch missiles on mexican territoryand thereby “destroy the drug laboratories” and thus put an end to the cartels.

In addition, he suggested that this action could be kept secret. This was told by former Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper in his book which will be soon publishedrevealed The New York Times.

In his new memoir, under the name “A Sacred Oath,” Esper says that Trump suggested to him, at least twice during the summer of 2020, that the US could “fire missiles at Mexico to destroy the laboratories of drugs”, and that he could do it in secret.

“No one would know it was us,” Mark T. Esper said, referring to Trump.

This is just one of several discussions Mark T. Esper had with Donald Trump that left him speechless when he served the 45th president from United States.

Mark T. Esper’s book illuminates key episodes of the Trump presidency

Trump proposed launching missiles at Mexico. Strong revelation from the Pentagon.

According to The New York Times, the book, which will be published next Tuesday, offers a startlingly candid perspective from a former US defense secretary, illuminating key episodes of the Trump presidency, including some that were unknown or little explored.

“I felt like I was writing for history and for the American people,” Esper said.

Another of Mark T. Esper’s concerns was about how Donald Trump was going to misuse the Armed Forces of the country, during the presidential elections. One of them was a possible order for the soldiers to confiscate the ballot boxes. On those dates he warned his subordinates to be vigilant about “unusual” calls from the White House at election time.

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Strong revelation from the Pentagon.

Donald John Trump is an American businessman, CEO, real estate investor, television personality, and politician who served as the 45th President of the United States of America from January 20, 2017 to January 20, 2021.

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