Poll shows Trump's approval rating sinks to lowest level

President Trump addressed a joint session of Congress for the first time on February 28th 2017

President Trump addressed a joint session of Congress for the first time on February 28th 2017

Trump is their man because he promised jobs, to "drain the swamp" and to build that big border wall to keep those, as Trump once described them, rapist and drug dealer Mexicans out of America while pledging that Mexico would pay for construction of the great wall.

It is a common knowledge that President Trump is a fierce opposition of Kim's regime and he seems to be gaining the support he longed for.

US President Donald Trump's popular approval rating has sunk to the lowest level since he took office, a recent opinion poll showed.

You might say, to coin a Trump phrase, they consider what they hear these days coming out of the White House as "fake" news.

The poll, conducted by the SSRS polling company, found that only 38 percent of the respondents approved of Trump's performance as president, versus 56 percent who disapproved - historically low numbers for a president in such an early stage of his first term. His strong approval from whites without college degrees - one of his core demographics - is 35%, which is 12 points down from February.

CNN released a poll to gauge the nation's views of President Trump at 200 days into his presidency.

Concerning Trump's handling of national security, public opinion was nearly evenly divided; 48 percent said they approved and 47 percent disproved. The poll also notes that there's been a 14% decrease in Republicans who strongly support the president.

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