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the latest rhetoric out of Russia may feel a little too close to home for the United States Russian state television has full cost a list of the U. S. facilities that they say most guy would want targets in the event of a nuclear strike it's included the Pentagon the presidential retreat in camp David Jim creek a naval communications base in Washington state and some already in active sentence fort Ritchie a military training center in Marilyn's that closed in nineteen ninety eight I'm tellin a US airforce base in California the closed in two thousand and one Dmitry Kiselev host of the weekly show who is close to the Kremlin claimed in Sunday night's broke costs that most guys hypersonic missile car is still in development would be able to hit America in less than five minutes if lost from submarines president Vladimir Putin has said he does not want a new arms race bots has dialed up his military rhetoric in recent days when we show up and last week he said Moscow was ready for Cuban Missile style crisis if the United States wanted one Russia says it phase that the U. S. might deploy intermediate range nuclear missiles in Europe after an arms control treaty from the Cold War unravels Washington says the US has no immediate plans to deploy it no place such missiles and has dismissed Putin's warnings as propaganda Washington pulled out of the I. N. F. arms packs citing Russian violations a claim must go to nice some experts say pieces combative approach may be a tactic to re engage the states in talks about the strategic balance between the two powers something Moscow has long pushed full with mixed results