President of US, Donald Trump signed over $750 billion defense spending bill, while specifically mentioning a new “Space Force”. This force will offer American dominance over Chinese rivals and elsewhere.

In New York, President Trump warned troops at the Fort Drum as says, “Our competitors have begun weaponizing space.” Earlier this month, he has already signed a National Defence Authorization Act, which was passed by the Congress.

While discussing the threats from China and other countries, he said that “It’s not enough to have an American presence in Space. We must have American dominance in space.”

President Trump stated in the briefings of security, “Look at what they’re doing, they have given me run-downs. I have seen things that you don’t want to see what they’re doing and how advanced they are.”

He continued that “they want to jam transmissions which threaten our battlefield operations and so many other things.”

“We’ll be catching them very shortly,” he added. Trump further said that “we will be so far ahead of them in a very short time, your head will spin.” President Trump even particularly mentioned a “new” Chinese military force, which will oversee space operations.

He talks about the spending bill, which contains several important provisions that include delivering a prohibition of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft to Turkey. It is a NATO supporter unless they trenched by Russian technology.

Over the matter of confinement of a Christian pastor, he even discussed this matter with the country’s leader. It extended the limitation on US-Russian Military Corporation, concerning that the White House is forcefully opposed.

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