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President Joe Biden has now totally repudiated his campaign promise that the sole purpose of U.S. nuclear weapons should be to deter and(or) repond to nuclear attacks.
He has decided to continue the U.S. policy which allows for an American nuclear attack on other nations to supposedly deter alleged conventional and other non-nuclear dangers, U.S. officials told The Wall Street Journal (3-25-22).
A key problem with this is the very vague nature what is and is not defined as an "extreme" threat. The U.S. credibility remains haunted by its totally false statements about Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction".
Further questions about U.S. intentions were raised by the President's claim in Brussels on March 24 that the U.S. would respond "in kind" if Russia used chemical weapons. In terms of an international treaty neither America or Russia is allowed to have chemical weapons. Biden is clearly stating that the US has a chemical weapons program in direct violation of this. A White House staff member tried to clean up this statement by using some truly amazing intellectual acrobatics to explain the words "in kind" and flatly denied U.S. has or would use chemical weapons. All this is very disturbing for obvious reasons.
Fact Sheet: 2022 Nuclear Posture Review and Missile Defense Review PDF (U.S. Department of Defense)
Biden Sticks With Longstanding U.S. Policy on Use of Nuclear Weapons Amid Pressure From Allies (The Wall Street Journal, 3-25-22)
Biden’s Reported Decision to Retain Option to Use Nuclear Weapons Against Non-Nuclear Threats Is Disappointing, Illogical, and Dangerous | Arms Control Association (Arms Control Association, 3-25-22)
'Dangerous': Experts Slam Biden for Keeping First-Use Nuclear Strike on the Table (Common Dreams, 3-25-22)