The Defcon Warning System, a private organisation which estimates the nuclear threat against America by monitoring world events and, was reduced to Level 5 when President Trump was elected in November.
The group, which claims to have intelligence contacts, have now confirmed the security status would remain at its safest level as President Trump nears his second week in office.
They said: “There are currently no imminent nuclear threats against the United States at this time.
“Although there has been much commentary and speculation as to the new US President, it still remains to be seen exactly how he will address foreign relations and policy toward Russia and China specifically.
“It is therefore too early to make any kind of accurate assessment as to where we may see movements in the world theatre.
“China currently is viewing the United States with great suspicion over comments toward both Tibet, Taiwan, and the South China Sea. Russia, on the other hand, is hoping for a less interventionist, more cooperative United States.”
While the report did warn of increasingly aggressive security policies in Turkey, Pakistan and China, the threat will nonetheless remain at Level 5 for the foreseeable future.
Just weeks before November’s presidential election the Defcon level was increased to Level 3 – meaning US troops can be mobilised in as little as 15 minutes.
Immediately after the election, however, the Defcon Warning System described the positive impact Mr Trump could have on world politics.
They said: “The United States took a tentative step toward a more isolationist policy with its recent presidential election.
“While it will take several months to see how the US reforms its foreign policy, already some world leaders have expressed hope that relations could improve, including Russia and Syria.
“If the new US President keeps to his previous statements, look for the United States to withdraw somewhat from military confrontations in the Middle East and possibly European theatre, though it is highly unlikely it will abandon NATO commitments, and the Ukraine will likely pop up again in the near future.”