Will Twitter suspend Trump's account for 'threatening nuclear war' against North Korea?

President Donald Trump

President Donald Trump

Trump's approval rating in the right-leaning poll now stands at 45 percent, a six-point jump from a 39 percent approval rating in the same poll last week. While Trump does appear to be sending a clear warning to North Korea, the stakes aren't limited to a legalistic reading of Twitter's policies. The new rating marks Trump's highest approval the poll has recorded since July 12.

The move followed North Korea's threat to target Guam, an isolated USA territory in the Western Pacific Ocean.

President Trump has been escalating the rhetoric against North Korea tweeting today that "military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded". Trump proceeded to retweet U.S. Pacific Command's photos of its fight bombers. "Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!"

Kim Jon Un
Kim Jon Un

North Korea is presumed to be seeking nuclear bomb miniaturization along with more sophisticated missiles that can carry nuclear payloads.

According to the poll, he still faces high disapproval ratings.

Rasmussen's daily tracking polls are collected via surveys of 500 likely voters per night and reported on a three-day rolling average.

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