As the international anti-nuclear group Global Zero pointed out on Monday, a majority of Americans oppose Trump’s threats when it comes to North Korea and instead support diplomatic and non-military solutions to diminish tensions.
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A Harvard-Harris poll conducted last week found that Trump’s threats haven’t been met favorably by most Americans. Fifty-three percent don’t approve of how he has handled escalating tensions with North Korea, and 56 percent found his “fire and fury” comment, made spontaneously at a press conference on the opioid epidemic in the U.S., was “over the top and unhelpful,” according to The Hill‘s report on the survey.
The United Nations Security Council is holding talks on Tuesday to discuss North Korea’s latest action.
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