So far this seems to be the consensus for what you’re about to see:

Check out the Associated Press’s question about what should be done in the event of an attempted North Korean strike:

Wait a second…

In the “cons” section of the AP’s article about potential downsides of attempting to shoot down potential incoming missiles, the report warns that a “failed intercept would likely embolden the North to move ahead even faster” and have “chilling psychological impact on allies like Japan and South Korea, which might seek to build up their own nuclear forces independently of Washington.”

The AP should take note that the consensus seems to be that yes, the U.S. and its allies should at least try to shoot down incoming missiles: