The online poll was done by ProgressPolls and asked whether Trump or Obama is a better leader of the United States.
The former political aid downplayed Pyongyang's threats, saying "we have long lived with successive Kims" belligerent and colorful rhetoric'.
Most of us had assumed that Trump could not start a war (nuclear of conventional) without some sort of approval from either Congress or his National Security Council or the Joints Chiefs of Staff that could tell him, "No".
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Rice insisted the Washington can tolerate a nuclear North Korea, 'the same way we tolerated the far greater threat of thousands of Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War'.
What's tougher than "fire and fury"? See, while Gallup and every other approval poll that people pay attention to polls all USA adults, Rasmussen and Zogby use a much narrower "likely voter" model that tends to produce outlier results.
North Korea shrugged off Trump's warning, saying they have already planned to attack waters near the US base in Guam this month.