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Wednesday, 17 January 2018 15:15

Investigations Into Hawaii Missile Scare Intensify

(TNS) - Hawaii leaders are taking heat from the highest level for the colossal blunder that resulted in 38 minutes of terror for residents, who thought that a missile was headed for the islands.

Residents and tourists spent a terrifying Saturday morning thinking that an attack was imminent all because a state employee in a Diamond Head bunker clicked his mouse twice. The mistake shocked many in Hawaii and elsewhere and left them questioning the credibility of the government that they count on to protect them in times of heightened tensions with North Korea.

Now even President Donald Trump is calling for answers. While he praised Hawaii leaders for taking responsibility for the mistake, Trump told reporters who were interviewing him outside his Florida golf club Sunday evening, “We’re going to get involved.”