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The White House says that Russia's antisatellite technology poses no immediate threat.

PoliticsThe White House says that Russia's antisatellite technology poses no immediate threat.

A White House spokesman said on Thursday that antisatellite technology being developed by Russia poses no immediate threat to anyone's safety.

John F. Kirby told reporters that the spokesman was not talking about a weapon that could be used to attack humans. The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee sent a message on Wednesday indicating that he was against broadly declassifying intelligence about the weapon. Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, and a representative from the Pentagon told the leaders of the House, its intelligence committee and other national security panels that they had plans to give more information.

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