Trump Complains About Polls Showing He's Least Popular President Ever

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Trump was tweeting during his 17-day vacation from the White House.

He also challenged reports that he was vacationing too much and too long, claiming, "Working hard from New Jersey while White House goes through long planned renovation, " and adding that he is "going to NY next week for more meetings". "Look at rallies in Penn, Iowa, Ohio and West Virginia", he continued in his tweetstorm.

If you are a Republican, a new poll from Republican pollsters Firehouse Strategies has some sobering news about President Trump's falling support among his base, but Democrats also have some awful numbers among white voters without a college education in a recent internal poll.

According to a Quinnipiac University poll released last week, just 33 percent of Americans approve of the job Trump is doing as president.

He said that it is "hard to believe" that "the Trump base is getting stronger!" despite months of coverage by the mainstream news media of what he called "the Fake News Russian collusion story".

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In another poll conducted by Gallup, whites without a college degree have also shown a slight but steady decline, CNN reported. By Aug. 6, the daily tracking survey found that only 38 percent of respondents approved of the president.

"His approval rating among Republicans and conservatives and Trump voters is down slightly", she said on ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos". The probe, he told a rally of his supporters last week, was aimed at cheating them out of their legitimately elected leadership with a "fake story" that is "demeaning to our country and demeaning to our Constitution".

Trump, who is staying at his golf club in Bedminster, where it was pouring rain on Monday morning, has bristled at characterizations of his stay as a "vacation". Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., after the lawmaker was on CNN saying special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation "must be pursued". Richard Blumenthal on CNN, tweeting that the senator "cried like a baby" after it was discovered that he misled voters about his Vietnam War record.

Brooke Singman is a Reporter for Fox News.