Trump Lashes Out: All Of My Negative Poll Numbers Are ‘Fake News!’


Former reality show star Donald Trump blasted “fake news” for reporting on his dismal approval ratings, which, by the way, are the lowest in this history of polling.

Trump shared a Rasmussen poll on Twitter saying he has a 46 percent approval rating, and wrote, “One of the most accurate polls last time around. But #FakeNews likes to say we’re in the 30’s. They are wrong. Some people think numbers could be in the 50’s.”


According to FiveThirtyEight, Trump’s approval rating is at 38 percent, and Gallup also has his approval rating at 38 percent. Republicans largely approve of Trump’s ‘presidency’ and we’re not sure why. As for the right-leaning Rasmussen poll that Trump is touting, 46 percent is nothing to brag about. 53 percent of those surveyed disapprove of Trump’s job performance in that poll.

In February, Trump called negative poll numbers “fake news.”

In August, just after his approval rating tanked, Trump called the polls “fake news suppression polls.”

When former President Barack Obama left office, his approval rating was 60 percent. That was in January. Since Trump took office, he became the least popular president in the history of polling. Hey, at least he’s good at something.

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