The bag goes everywhere he goes, carried by a military aid.
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Friday it falls into Donald Trump's control.When he is sworn in as president, Trump inherits control of the "football," the briefcase that carries the procedures and communications equipment that allow the U.S. leader to launch nuclear missiles. Trump also gets, with the satchel, the "biscuit" – a pocket-sized card with the codes the president needs to authenticate his command to launch a nuclear attack.A former White House military aide, Col. Buzz Patterson, compared the documents to a fast-food restaurant menu.President Barack Obama sassed Trump during the election campaign last year as too "erratic" to be entrusted with that power.
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