Michaela Dodge

Heritage Foundation

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Michaela Dodge is a Senior policy analyst 's Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, where she specializes in missile defense and nuclear weapons modernization.

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As a candidate, President Trump asked, "If we don't use nuclear weapons, why do we have them?" "Modernization" began with Barack Obama.

The US is preparing for nuclear war

As a candidate, President Trump asked, "If we don't use nuclear weapons, why do we have them?" "Modernization" began with Barack Obama.

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