That's according to the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. And that means that 52% don't approve of the new president. Here is the media coverage Drudge links to.
Therefore, Trump still has to make progress on the learning curve.
As watchers have observed, though, Trump is a guy who can learn. When he was elected and during the first early stumbles, it was assumed he was a closed system and the next 4 years would be a disaster.
But, then everything started changing.
He distanced himself from the alt-right ideology of Steve Bannon. The move to the more centrist views of his son-in-law Jared Kushner was experienced as smart - at least politically.
He responded to the human rights situation in Syria.
He modified his campaign perception of NATO.
It also helps that Trump had a major victory, after the defeat of Trumpcare, in Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Of course, Trump is still shooting himself in the foot.
For example, he referred to Bill O'Reilly as one of the good guys. Yet, the tide of public opinion seems to be turning against that Fox News outsized mouth. After the law firm Paul, Weiss completes its investigation of the sex harassment allegations against O'Reilly, Murdoch Father & Sons might force his resignation.
Civic organizations throughout America might sponsor an essay contest on how the president of a nation can grow into the role. Trump may have the makings of a great president.
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