Trump better president than Obama

As bellicose rhetoric and tensions step up between Washington and Pyongyang, former president Barack Obama " s political adviser Susan Rice stressed USA can tolerate nuclear-armed North Korea, thus blasting Donald Trump.

Following a warning from Trump Tuesday that the U.S. would unleash "fire and fury" on it if it endangered the United States, North Korea announced it would launch four missiles into the waters near the Western Pacific U.S. territory of Guam.

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.

"After 200 days, rarely has any Administration achieved what we have achieved.not even close!"

Syrian army gains ground on Jordan border in southwest
Air strikes have also pummelled rebel-held parts of the Jobar district of Damascus and the adjacent district of Ain Tarma. The fourth zone, in northwestern Idlib province, has yet not become active.


After publicly chastising Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Twitter over failed attempts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, President Donald Trump laid out a game plan Thursday for the Republican senator from Kentucky to regain the support of the White House, Bloomberg Politics reports.

'[The] juxtaposition of tough sanctions and military exercises has predictably heightened North Korea's threats, ' and it was to be expected, Rice wrote referring to the recent sanctions against North Korea unanimously passed by the UN Security Council, as well as the large-scale military exercises that the United States conducts with South Korea every year.

According to the poll, he still faces high disapproval ratings. Now, Trump is at 45 percent approval with 53 percent of likely voters disapproving of his job performance.

The poll was conducted by phone and online Wednesday through Thursday among 1,000 U.S. citizens, and has a margin of error of plus-minus 3 percentage points.

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