Trump’s Approval Rating Hits ‘Highest Mark’ in the Second Quarter of 2019

Trump’s Approval Rating Hits ‘Highest Mark’ in the Second Quarter of 2019

42.7% approval rating from April to July

President Donald Trump averaged a 42.7% approval rating from April to July, Gallup has reported. 

But the rating doesn’t include to the Presidents spat with the four progressive Democratic lawmakers, otherwise known as the ‘squad,’ or the House resolution passed on Wednesday to condemn Trump.

The follow-up to impeach Trump went down in flames on Wednesday by a vote of 332-95.

The 95 votes to impeach unsurprisingly all came from Democratic lawmakers.

Trump saw his highest approval rating after the conclusion of the Mueller investigation.

There was no evidence of Russian collusion to influence the 2016 election found by Ex-special counsel Robert Mueller.

Though the results were seen as a victory for the president, some details outlined int he reports still Brough criticism.

The approval results also include an escalating trade war with China that is beginning to strain U.S. agriculture, among other sectors of the U.S. economy.

This wee, early nine-in-ten Republican voters said they support President Donald Trump’s comments indirectly telling members of the Democratic ‘Squad’ to “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came.”

An unnamed Democrat politician admitted to CNN that President Donald Trump “won” the “showdown” with the Democrat “Squad” of Reps, Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashia Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA).

Trump’s description of Omar as an America-hating antisemite caused friction around her and other “Justice Democrats.”

According to CNN’s Jake Tapper, Trump’s win was reflected in high unfavorability ratings among Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Pressley, and Tlaib.

In May, Trump’s approval ratings skyrocketed, hitting the highest point in over two years, according to new average polling data.

According to poll figures from RealClearPolitics (RCP), Trump’s average approval rating currently sits at 45 percent.

The data is based on a compilation of polls taken between April 26 and May 13.

The 45 percent score is the highest RCP polling average reached by the president since February 2017.

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