Published: Wed, August 09, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

It's happening: Trump's base finally begins to flee

It's happening: Trump's base finally begins to flee

Tim Malloy, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac poll, wrote that "it's hard to pick what is the most alarming number in the troubling trail of new lows for President Donald Trump", The Hill reported. The president offered recent campaign rallies in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ohio and West Virginia as proof.

Most US presidents have maintained and visited their private homes while in office, but the difference with Trump is that his properties are part of his business empire.

"The Trump base is far bigger & stronger than ever before (despite some phony Fake News polling)".

In fact, as his overall approval rate has sunk, some of the president's core supporters have soured on his performance, polls show.

Quinnipiac University released a poll on August 2 that showed Trump reaching a new low point in his approval numbers, with 61 percent of Americans disapproving of the job he is doing compared to 33 percent approving.

Three-quarters of Americans say they can't trust most of what they hear from the White House, while 30% of respondents said they trust nothing the White House says.

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". I would tell you the people I see would say Donald Trump cares more about me, my family and my job and policies that affect me than any president I can remember".

"They need to have another candidate that they supported and the three RNC members that have to agree on that other candidate for rule 11 to apply, but it is in their bylaws", McDaniel said. "They are telling him just enact your program... focus on the agenda".

The stunning collapse in Trump's support among his own voters comes on the same day the president took a break from his vacation to fire off 13 tweets throughout the day on Monday.

The idea for the happy news folder came from former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and outgoing Press Secretary Sean Spicer, whom sources say would squabble over which one of them got to deliver Trump his daily dose of good news each day. While he's at it, he must also figure out what he needs to do to reclaim the loyalty of his base - either winning them back, or forgoing that support and moving to the center. Trump added to his series of Twitter posts. In the election, surveys showed 66 percent of whites with no college degree voted for him over Clinton.

The IBD/TIPP poll found 32 percent approve of the job the president is doing, a drop of 5 points from July.

The Trump family has also been accused of benefiting from nepotism. Blumenthal did eventually serve in Marine Reserve unit in Washington, D.C., but later said he falsely said he "served in Vietnam".

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