Liberal Plot To Smear Trump Backfires—Donald Scores His Biggest Victory Yet

President Donald Trump has managed to achieve his highest job approval rating yet in his sixth quarter in the White House with a whopping 41.9%. This is according to the newest Gallup survey conducted from April 23 to July 22 among 19,414 American adults currently residing in the United States.

This is in the face of overwhelming odds while combating fake news, media blackouts of the Trump administration’s positive accomplishments, along with a nearly unprecedented witchhunt from the prior administration with the help of the mainstream media attempting to obstruct at every turn.

Indeed, America likely ducked a very large bullet by avoiding what would have been tantamount to a reboot of the Obama administration under Hillary Clinton. Perhaps former President Barack Obama was a more eloquent speaker full of flowery words and ego. President Trump is a man of action, and he says what he means. As evidenced by the continued corruption continually being revealed as part of the ongoing investigations into #SpyGate, the Obama administration’s flowery words covered a wealth of criminality. Hillary may have been more of the same.

In addition to his highest job approval rating to date, the survey Gallup data also found –

Trump’s sixth quarter rating of 41.9 percent was up near three points from 39.1 percent in the fifth quarter, and it slightly exceeds his first quarter 41.3 percent average as his personal best.
Trump’s job approval was 40 percent or higher each week during his sixth quarter.

The sixth quarter included a 45 percent high during the week of his June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, matching his first weekly job approval rating after taking office in January 2017.

As the mainstream media hysteria continues unabated with their nonsensical hatred of all things Donald Trump, the call from the progressive left is “Help us, Barack Obama, you’re our only hope!”

Yet there will be no help from that quarter as former President Barack Obama’s message to Democrats at a recent Democratic National Committee fundraiser- “Stop dreaming of him.”

As Democrats struggle to find a new champion to lead them into the quickly approaching 2018 midterms to wrestle back control of the Senate and possibly the House – party insiders had laid their hopes on the former president stepping up to play a leading role in stumping for embattled Democratic candidates across the country.

The left continues to pine for the “good old days” hoping against hope that somehow some way they will take back Congress in the 2018 Midterm elections and these investigations exposing their various and sundry misdeeds to the world will cease. With the help of the mainstream media, reducing themselves to little more than the propaganda mouthpiece of the Washington establishment, the overwrought and frenzied attempts to distract from their crimes is woefully transparent to anyone paying attention.

Intense criticism from both Republicans and Democrats over President Trump dismissal of Russian election meddling during the 2016 election in a joint press conference with President Vladimir Putin failed to impact Mr. Trump’s 42 percent approval rating between July 16-22.

The Washington, D.C.-based research firm estimates the margin of error is plus or minus one percent. Gallup joins the Wall Street Journal and NBC News in publishing data that shows President Trump has hit his highest approval rating ever.

Mr. Trump’s job approval rating rose to 45% in a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, the highest mark of his presidency and up 1 percentage point from June, reports the Journal. “The survey was taken over a four-day period that started July 15, a day before Mr. Trump’s news conference with Mr. Putin in which he questioned the conclusion of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in the 2016 election.”

The WSJ/NBC poll states 88% of Republican voters approve of President Trump’s job performance.”

The American people clearly see through the agenda of the fake news and phony politicos simply saying whatever is expedient at the moment in their attempts to win the vote, stay in power, and continue their political despotry unabated. If one were to listen to the mainstream media one would be led to believe that President Trump is the most hated man alive. They seem to be stuck in this D.C. Beltway echo where 99% of the voices have been hyperventilating that “Trump is Hitler” since 2015.

Meanwhile, back in reality where the rest of America attempts to reside President Trump’s approval rating is higher than ever and he is on course for re-election.

Despite the hysterics of the left and the persistent rumors peddled for months by the mainstream media that people are unhappy with President Trump, the most recent Gallup survey also revealed –

While both Republicans and Democrats criticized Trump for his performance in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin, his approval rating appeared unaffected, registering 42 percent the week of July 16-22.
Republicans’ approval of Trump averaged 88 percent during his sixth quarter, compared with 36 percent among independents and 9 percent among Democrats.
Compared with the nine other post-World War II presidents elected to their first term in office, Trump had lower support than all but Jimmy Carter.

Several other recent presidents were also, like Trump, below majority level approval at this point, including Ronald Reagan (44.2 percent), Bill Clinton (46.1 percent) and Barack Obama (47.3 percent).
George W. Bush had the highest sixth-quarter average — 74.9 percent — because of the continued rally in support for public leaders after the 9/11 terror attacks.
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