Trump scolds CNN election polls: 'a WAY OFF disaster'

  • Trump scolds CNN election polls: 'a WAY OFF disaster'

Trump scolds CNN election polls: 'a WAY OFF disaster'

The commander in chief's approval rating fell to a new low over the weekend to 37 percent, according to the latest Gallup poll.

President Donald Trump's approval rating hits a new low, according to a poll.

Vice President Mike Pence's combined approval rating-those who strongly approve and somewhat approve-was marginally higher than Trump's, 45.5 percent compared with 44.1 percent. His popularity rating went down on the graph in the following weeks to reach a point of 38 percent in February.

While Trump's presidency has been relatively rocky from its start, the new results come after a particularly hard week for the White House. Gallup doesn't see the allegations that President Trump supports anti-Semitism as sticking and sees daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jareds' Jewishness as an olive branch to the Jewish community.

Trump's worst approval ratings come as heads of USA intelligence agencies began testifying before a Congressional Committee Monday about Russia's involvement in the presidential election.

While these numbers aren't great, Trump's daily Gallup ratings are even worse.

Only 16 percent of the voters approved of the president's tweeting habits.

Trump's spin patrol, most of all Press Secretary Sean Spicer and adviser KellyAnne Conway, continue insulting the public with reinterpretations of Trump statements that make little sense.

FBI Director James Comey is expected to testify Monday before the House Intelligence Committee about Russia's involvement in the 2016 election and the still unproven wiretapping claim.

Former President Barack Obama never fell below a 38 percent approval rating during his eight years in the White House and averaged an nearly 48 percent approval throughout his presidency, according to Politico.

But the Fox News poll also seems to give Trump an edge in other important matters, including the economy.

Let's not beat around the bush, much of President Trump's recent slide in the polls is because of this now-infamous early Saturday morning tweet from March 4th.