If he's right, then the PR push should be about framing nuclear as safe in these ways. (For a start.)
1. Voluntary is easy. We have a choice, build the plants or not.
2. He says nuclear is unnatural, I disagree. Frame it as the engine of geothermal. Also it's everywhere. Background, bricks, bananas. (Natural reactors happened too.)
3. Sunlight is radiation. Radios. WiFi. Etc. It's all on the same spectrum.
4. How many xrays have you gotten? Tans? How many bananas? Exposure happens all the time.
5. Are you afraid of the sun like a vampire is?
6. Core fission permits life on earth.
7. Like everything else, the basics are simple, or you can get as expert in it as you please. You can buy a radiation detector for your phone apparently. (I am so getting one someday.)
8. This one is tough because of the ubiquity points made above.
9. This one is also hard just because I don't see it being fair or unfair.
10. This isn't like killing a pig for bacon. There is nothing intrinsically moral or immoral about fissioning an atom. It's like a hammer. What you do with fission is what matters.
11. The phrase "nuclear physicist" essentially means mega genius to most people. It's right up there with brain surgeon and rocket scientist. These are the people in whose hands you pu your life every day when you get in a car, get on an elevator, take a medication etc.
12. We can make these things with an extremely reliable off switch, and set it to automatic. (Walk away safe.)
You can frame each of those as refutations as well, and frame the whole thing as a list of myths to be debunked.