President Trump’s First Week In Office A Disaster For His Approval Rating, A Majority Of Americans “Unhappy,” Gallup Says

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President Trump’s behavior in his first week of office is the epitome of a trash reality TV star, as Ronald Reagan’s brilliant daughter aptly described it to Highlight Hollywood a day ago.  But his buffoonish behavior is aimed at entertaining the racists and star struck people who voted for him, and unlike any previous President, he doesn’t plan on broadening his base of support one bit.  And it shows.

Gallup, which has measured job approval for presidents for decades, shows Trump’s approval so far at 45%, with 48% disapproving. That’s an average of several days’ polling.

 

The daily trend lines are not kind to the new administration. As of Saturday, 51% of Americans disapproved of Trump’s performance.

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That’s a record for the speed of getting to majority disapproval.

 

By comparison, President George W. Bush hit majority disapproval six months into his second term, in June 2005, and remained in negative territory for the rest of his tenure.

 

President Obama did not hit 51% disapproval until August of 2011, during the crisis over the federal debt ceiling that summer. His approval rebounded later that year, but he had a second period of majority disapproval during late 2013 and much of 2014. He ended his term with widespread approval and 37% of Americans disapproving.

The Trumpanzees will decry the polls are wrong and it’s “the media’s fault.” The Nazis tried and sadly succeeded at discrediting the press, until the Germans saw their cities in shambles at the end of World War II, then they hated Hitler.
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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