That's down four points from February. Overall, only 42 percent of Americans approve of Trump's performance as president and 53 percent disapprove.
"The two fake news polls released yesterday, ABC & NBC, while containing some very positive info, were totally wrong in General E. Watch!" he tweeted. That identity crisis could come to a head later this week, just as Trump hits his 100-day mark, when the government is set to run out of money.
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The German government has also questioned the vote after the European Union called for a probe into the result. From the German government's point of view, Turkey must. clear up the questions that have been raised".
Trump's reliance on executive orders-and the messaging battle over his first 100 days-speaks to the broader problems facing the Republican Party as it struggles to evolve from an opposition movement to a governing party.
While President Trump says the 100 day milestone isn't really meaningful, calling it an artificial barrier, his White House is gearing up to have high-profile events all week. "President Trump's first 100 days have been a disastrous parade of broken promises to working people, handouts to wealthy special interests, and deep damage to the health and economic security of America's families", House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said in a statement. The poll found that 82% of Republicans approved of his job performance to date (he marks his first 100 days in office April 29), while only 30% of Independents and just 7% of Democrats approved. Forty-five percent of Americans flat out say that Trump's presidency is off to a poor start while 19 percent say it's been "only a fair start".
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He sat next to Russian president Vladimir Putin at the gala. "Personally, I see no data to support the notion that Gen. Flynn resigned in February after misleading Vice President Pence on his prior contact with Russian officials.
But the poll had some "brighter" spots for the president, finding that 73% approved of his pressuring companies to stay in the US, and the 53% who said he was a strong leader. They are also dealing with a budget deadline. The poll said that Obama's rating at the same point in his presidency was 61 percent, President George W. Bush's was 56 percent and President Bill Clinton's stood at 52 percent.
"‶In a cautionary note to her party, Clinton's 6-point drop in a hypothetical mulligan election relates to views of whether or not the Democratic Party is in touch with peoples' concerns", Langer Research stated.
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Biogen was one of the biggest risers on the Nasdaq, up 5%, as its quarterly profits and revenues beat expectations. The S&P 500 index showed 57 52-week highs and two lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 114 highs and nine lows.
Trump fared slightly better than the parties, with 58% saying he was out of touch.