Trump delighted over "tough and decisive" action on North Korea

Angelica Greene
August 8, 2017

On Monday, Trump went after the media, claiming reporters weren't talking about the "importance of the" vote imposing the new sanctions.

(NATIONAL) - The hard core Trumpettes still love their man.

Libraries will be filled with books in future decades and generations dissecting how Donald Trump failed as president, but it isn't that complicated.

The poll also asked contributors about whether they think the White House tells the truth.

Cris Carter Would Be 'Shocked' If Ezekiel Elliott Isn't Suspended Soon
Carter's and Goodell's comments come on the heels of a weekend when the Cowboys seemed eager to put the Elliott saga to bed. Prosecutors in OH declined to pursue charges against Elliott based on Thompson's allegations, citing conflicting evidence.

Dutch Eggs Contaminated with Fipronil Delivered to France, Says Ministry
It is thought that the level of potential exposure from the eggs is so low it is unlikely to pose a risk to public health. There was no need to for people to change the way they consumed or cooked eggs, or products containing eggs, it added.

BBC News anchor realizes he's in the dog days of summer
News presenter Simon McCoy could barely bring himself to read a news report about a dog surfing competition in California. Some dog owners made a decision to enhance the looks of their pets with fancy hairdos, wetsuits, and sunglasses.

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.

The billionaire-turned politician's "strong approval" among Republicans has dropped from 73% in February, shortly after he took office, to 59% now. ".trump.200.days.v2.pdf" target="_blank">new CNN poll. Even among Republicans, only about half say they can trust most of what they hear from the White House. Among whites without a college degree, just 50% see Trump as an effective manager.

Meanwhile, Gallup's regular polling has now hit more than 81,000 people, and in state-by-state rankings, revealed similarly falling support in 11 states he won in November, including the Rust Belt, crucial to his victory against Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Other reports by GizPress

Discuss This Article