President Donald Trump has now returned home after his time abroad, which has only improved his approval rating by the people of the United States.
A new poll has been released by Gallup over the holiday weekend which rated the approval of the Commander in Chief by American citizens after his first foreign trip.
His approval rating went up by five percent points in one week, which is his highest approval rating in the past month.
This latest survey brings the number of people who approve of him and his time in office all the way up to 42%. These numbers are based off of phone calls with about 1,500 adults in the nation.
There is still a ways to go to catch up to where he was last month, which is to be expected after all the fake news that has been circulating about him and his family recently.
Now that President Donald Trump is back in office and Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary, is around to give daily press conferences, things should slowly fall right back to where they should be. This Russia scandal will be handled in order to turn around these approval ratings.
But it’s not all good news for the 45 president of the United States. FOX News’ latest approval rating poll shows Trump with a 40 percent rating, which is five points down from where he was polling the month prior. Trump’s disapproval rating also increased by five points, according to FOX News. The president is also down three points in the usually more favorable Rasmussen daily tracking survey. After rising to a 48 percent approval rating last week, Trump has dropped back down to 45 percent. With the president now back in Washington, and daily press conferences with White House press secretary Sean Spicer up in the air, how the Trump administrations handles the growing Russia scandal may be the key to continue to turn Trump’s historically low approval ratings around. President Trump will welcome Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the White House on Wednesday.