President Donald Trump says he wants the U.S. military to go to the Chinese border to “totally destroy them.”
The comments come after the president made an unannounced trip to the region this week, where he announced that he’s going to visit the disputed East China Sea and the South and Central China Seas, where the U,S.
Navy and Marines are stationed.
The U.N. Security Council is due to meet on Monday, and the U!
News/ABC News/Washington Post Poll shows that 57 percent of Americans want the U;s military to get involved in the conflict.
That’s up from 51 percent in December.
But the poll also shows that there’s no majority for military intervention in the South.
The poll also found that 62 percent of respondents said they were “definitely opposed” to military intervention.
The number has risen in the last month, to 62 percent, as Trump has sought to escalate tensions with North Korea and China.
The majority of respondents also want the military to stay out of other regional conflicts.
“If we go on the offensive, we will end up destroying China and all of its neighbors,” Trump said in his announcement of his trip to Asia.
He also suggested the U.;s military could invade the North Korea-controlled Demilitarized Zone.
The president has threatened to “take the oil,” which could be used to fuel U.s military presence in South Korea, which has been the source of tension with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
“We are going to get them to do the right thing, which is, they will understand that, and they will respect us,” Trump told reporters Thursday.
“But they have to understand, you know, if we go into the North, that we are going into their backyard.”
But the president’s threat of “taking the oil” could be a misreading of his plan, because oil and gas exports to North Korea are not part of the U!’s security treaty with the country.
That means the U.,which has long had a strained relationship with Pyongyang, could still take part in the war.
U.S.-China trade in goods fell to $2.5 billion in October, from $2 billion in November, and Trump has said the U.’s allies need to “stop sending us billions of dollars in goods.”
The Trump administration has also been criticized for trying to increase trade between China and the United States.
In March, Trump signed an executive order aimed at “ensuring that the United Nations Security Council and China can work together to end the crisis of North Korea’s nuclear program.”
The trade numbers also show that Trump is not alone in his concerns.
A Pew Research Center poll in September found that 59 percent of voters surveyed thought China should not be allowed to build out a nuclear weapon.
And the U .
S. is now the only country in the world to have its own nuclear weapons, according to the Washington Post.
The Trump team is also pushing for a trade deal with China.
A report by the Congressional Research Service this week found that the Trump administration wants a $350 billion trade deal that includes the U and China, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
The deal would likely include a massive tariff on Chinese goods and could be difficult to reverse if Congress does not approve it.