Trump Grabs Highest Approval Mark Since April '17 — CNN Poll

Trump Grabs Highest Approval Mark Since April '17 — CNN Poll

Trump Grabs Highest Approval Mark Since April '17 — CNN Poll

US President Donald Trump's approval rating has rebounded to its highest level since the 100-day mark of his presidency, even as his approval ratings for handling major issues remain largely negative, according to a new CNN poll. This poll comes amidst allegations of salacious affairs with adult film actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, both of which the president has denied.

About six in 10 said that they do not see him as honest and trustworthy (59 per cent), that they were not proud to have him as president (59 per cent), and that he does not respect the rule of law (58 per cent).

He gained some particular ground with Republicans and independents. He is now at a 42 percent approval, up 7 points from February.

Despite the fact that the nation's support for the Trump presidency is at an all-time high, President Trump continues to deal with the fallout from scandals regarding his alleged affairs with various women.

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Trump's handling of foreign affairs merits 39 per cent approval, with 53 per cent saying they disapprove.

By contrast, just 21 percent of Americans believe Trump, the survey found. When the statistics are divided into party lines, however, things change.

The poll also found two-thirds of Americans thought the woman alleging affairs with the president were telling the truth.

During a press briefing on Monday, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah refused to confirm whether or not the president had watched the "60 Minutes" episode, but then insisted that Trump "doesn't believe that any of the claims Ms. Daniels made in the ["60 Minutes"] interview are accurate".

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Following that segment, Anderson Cooper asked his panel whether this would be damaging to the president politically. Most also say Trump does not care about people like them (56%).

"No, I actually don't".

"I understand we're supposed to beat our chests and say, 'This is terrible and blah blah blah, ' and I'm not a great supporter of Donald Trump at all", he added.

The poll also found that 67 percent of Americans say special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE, who is leading the investigation, should be able to look into the president's finances, while 28 percent said Trump's finances should be off-limits.

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