Trump’s approval ratings are soaring after a campaign with Trump Tower tweets

Trump’s own approval ratings have soared, but the President’s approval rating is soaring even further after a Twitter tirade that was broadcast on television.

Just six months into his presidency, the President has already been deemed the most unpopular president in American history.

The White House’s numbers are a testament to the fact that the President does not have the approval of the American people.

Even after he took office, Trump has been rated as the most disliked president in history by the public, according to a new survey by Quinnipiac University.

The survey shows Trump’s disapproval rating in the 50s, and disapproval rating is at levels not seen since the early days of the Bush administration.

Trump’s overall approval rating in Quinnipio is a staggering 87 percent.

Even among the base, his disapproval rating has grown from 55 percent in the same poll in November, to 63 percent today.

Quinnipiat found that just 36 percent of Americans approve of Trump, while 62 percent disapprove.

The results from Quinnipiim survey, released on Wednesday, show that the public is divided on the President, with just 42 percent approving and 47 percent disapproving of the President.

Trump is widely seen as a weak leader, as he has repeatedly demonstrated he is unable to lead a unified front against terrorism.

The public’s views of Trump also vary across the political spectrum.

Republicans and Democrats are evenly divided on Trump, with 51 percent of Republicans approving and 48 percent disapproved of the job the President is doing, while 52 percent of Democrats disapprove.

Trump has also been criticized for his treatment of women, with 42 percent of women saying they disapprove of the way he treats women, compared to just 11 percent of men.

In addition, the survey shows that more Americans believe that the White House has mishandled its handling of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which the President signed into law last year.

Only 12 percent of the public said they believed the administration has done a good job in its handling.

Overall, the Quinnipios survey shows a significant divide in opinion on Trump.

While the President enjoys a positive approval rating, his overall disapproval rating, which was 37 percent in November and 46 percent today, is far higher than his disapproval ratings, which were at 17 percent and 12 percent, respectively, in November.

Trump, who has been criticized repeatedly for his handling of domestic issues, is also widely seen to be a weak president.

The poll shows that 60 percent of people believe that Trump does not do a good enough job handling the issue of terrorism.

While 55 percent of Trump’s supporters say that Trump is doing a good and fair job, just 24 percent of his detractors believe that he is doing well.

Trump also has a high disapproval rating among Republicans, but he does not fare as badly among Democrats, who approve of the administration by a nearly two-to-one margin.

A Quinnipiod poll conducted in August, found that 57 percent of voters approve of President Trump, but that is only 19 percent of those voters who said they did not like him.

It is the first time since October 2016 that the president has received a negative approval rating from a majority of voters.

His overall approval ratings, however, remain relatively high compared to those of the presidents he has faced since he took the oath of office.

Quinniipi is a weekly national survey of 1,000 registered voters, conducted by the Quinnips Group of firms and conducted by Anderson Robbins Research from June 5 to July 19, 2020.