US President Donald Trump once again attacked the media on Sunday for what he calls its fake news, this time for disparaging his son, Donald Trump Jr., in their coverage of the Russian Federation case.
Rounding up, Trump tweeted that the "ABC/Washington Post Poll, even though nearly 40% is not bad at this time, was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time!" It also came just after Washington Post released a poll finding that Trump's standing with the American people has "deteriorated" since the spring.
Meanwhile, a slight majority of folks in those important swing counties, 51 percent, disapproved of the job Trump has done in the White House. When asked to describe the President's Twitter usage, about 68% found Trump's tweets "inappropriate", 65% described the tweets as "insulting", while 52% called it "dangerous".
The poll was conducted among 1,001 adults from July 10-13, as controversy intensified around a June 2016 meeting between Trump campaign members and a Russian lawyer.
President Trump also has a Facebook and an Instagram account, plus a YouTube account that has very few videos left on it.
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Trump has championed Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act with legislation that the Congressional Budget Office said would increase the ranks of the uninsured by more than 20 million people by 2026.
These numbers are awful for Trump, and there is a real sense that they are capable of getting worse.
Her name resurfaced in the political fray last week as more questions swarmed about his son Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer during the election to obtain potentially damning information against Clinton.
The president's strongest assets continue to be the healthy economy and a view among many Americans that the Democrats do not have a coherent message or program in opposition, other than opposition to the president. Of those, 48 percent said they do not trust Trump "at all" in negotiations with Putin.
The Washington Post poll showed a split along partisan lines regarding whether voters felt Trump benefited from Russian meddling in the 2016 election, though Bloomberg reported that the FBI's approval rating has improved ten points since December.
Balber said the individual is a long-time United States citizen who speaks fluent Russian and has "never had any engagement with the Russian government in any capacity". The survey has a margin of error of 3 percent.
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