‘Nuclear Football’ Spotted When President Trump Boarded Marine One Yesterday To Fly To Walter Reed National Medical Center

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Donald Trump’s ‘nuclear football’, the briefcase which could trigger doomsday, was loaded onto Marine One alongside the President as he was airlifted to hospital for coronavirus treatment 
 * The leader of the western world is always followed by the briefcase and a military aide wherever he goes 
 * It has joined every president when they are away from the White House since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 
 * The football is carried to allow the president to be able to launch a nuclear strike at short notice if needed 
 * Trump tweeted an upbeat message from hospital where he is being treated with experimental antibody drug 
Donald Trump’s ‘nuclear football’, the briefcase which could trigger doomsday, was loaded onto Marine One alongside the President as he was airlifted to hospital for coronavirus treatment. 
The leader of the western world is always followed by the case – officially called the Presidential Emergency Satchel – and a military aide wherever he goes so he can launch a nuclear strike at short notice.  
Even Trump’s Covid-19 diagnosis was not enough to stop the procedure still being followed, as aides brought the football aboard his helicopter.
The President tweeted an upbeat message from hospital last night where he is being treated with an experimental antibody treatment after reports claimed that he was having ‘trouble breathing’. 
WNU Editor: It is always a sobering feeling to see the nuclear football. To know that what is inside a briefcase can destroy the world as we know it in less than an hour.