Poll Reveals: Trump’s Approval Numbers Keep Dropping And He’s Completely LIVID
Trump came into office with historically low approval ratings. According to a Gallup poll, those numbers have hit new lows.
Trump’s approval rating is now at 37%, while his disapproval rating is at its highest point since he took office, hitting 58%.
The ratings come in the midst of a tumultuous week for the Trump administration and congressional Republican leadership, who are working to gather up support for their Obamacare replacement bill.
The bill has prompted backlash from the American public, as well as resistance from those within the Republican party who believe it does not go far enough to repeal Obamacare.
According to estimates from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, the new proposed healthcare bill will negatively affect senior citizens, rural Americans, and low-income Americans. They also predicted that by 2026 an additional 24 million Americans will be uninsured.
More scandal also came from the White House in the last weeks when Trump made claims that former President Obama wiretapped into Trump Tower before the 2016 election. There has been no evidence to support that theory, according to bipartisan consensus in Congress and in the intelligence community.
This is the lowest approval rating of any president’s first 60 days as tracked by Gallup: