The latest poll presidential approval shows only 36 percent of Americans think President Donald Trump is doing a good job. Just 36 percent of Americans pilled approve of Trump's job performances, down six points from his 100-day mark, which itself was a low.
Sixty-seven percent of Americans disapprove of Donald Trump's use of Twitter and think the president should stop tweeting, according to a poll.
Nearly half of the respondents - 48% - said they felt their country's leadership of the world had declined on Trump's watch, and just over a third of them said they trusted him in foreign negotiations, even less when it came to Russian Federation. But in counties that backed former President Barack Obama in 2012 before going for Trump in 2016, the President's approval is just 44%, 7 percentage points lower than his disapproval. Overall, 63 percent of Americans said the meeting was inappropriate while 60 percent think Russian Federation tried to influence the election and 44 percent say the Trump campaign benefited from the Kremlin's efforts.
An ABC News-Washington Post poll delivered the bad news on Sunday and Monday.
But, Sunday morning, Mr. Trump thanked his supporters and accused so-called fake news media of scorning his son.
On a health care bill supported by Republicans in a bid to overhaul the country's existing system, half of those surveyed said they prefer the current one, and only 24 percent favored the Trump-proposed legislation. A majority expects the USA stock market to be higher at the end of the year than its current reading, but they do not credit Trump with the market's recent gains. Other respondents used more positive word-associations, including 41 percent who said the president's tweets were "interesting" and 21 percent who called them "refreshing".
- The president's lawyer Jay Sekulow took to ABC News "This Week" to confirm that Trump believes special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is a "witch hunt".