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Dr. Peter Pry praised the Trump administration for placing more emphasis on preventing an attack on the U.S. electrical grid, telling Mark Levin that the policy is "night and day" from the Obama administration. 

Pry, executive director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum and author of "Blackout Wars," joined "Life, Liberty & Levin" Sunday to discuss the threat of an attack on the U.S. electrical grid by a hostile adversary. 

He said the U.S. would be in "huge trouble" in the event of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, which would cause massive blackouts and threaten key infrastructure. 

Pry said he would grade President Trump with an A+ for his enhanced interest in the ongoing threat. 

"In his recent national security strategy, [Trump] was the first president to include EMP and protecting the electrical grid and other life-sustaining infrastructure from [attack]," he explained, adding there have been numerous meetings between the EMP commission and the National Security Council. 

Pry said if the electrical grid were "hardened" against an EMP attack, it would also lessen the effects of severe weather. 

"You don't have to be a physicist to see that the grid is at risk," he cautioned, pointing to the fact that parts of Puerto Rico have still not recovered from a hurricane last summer.

"We've got to do better."

Watch more above and don't miss "Life, Liberty & Levin" on Sunday nights at 10pm ET on Fox News Channel. 


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