Below you will read that a majority of Americans are embarrassed by #45 (left out of this poll are the number of American allies who are embarrassed for us).
The poll shows that even though a majority of Americans see Trump as a liar, a buffoon, and untrustworthy, his supporters don't. They love their liar, buffoon, and deceiver.
This week we saw another member of his inner circle, his AG, get caught lying to the American people. #45 has wracked up a formidable score on the lies he's told over the course of his campaign and during the less than two months of his chaotic presidency, and apparently he's chosen people to surround him who do the same.
The American people were told that #45's administration was working on a new Muslim ban directive that would be presented to the country as quickly as possible because of the grave importance it is to America's safety.
Where's the new ban?
The rollout keeps getting pushed back for dubious reasons -- one reason was that #45's people didn't want to "step on" the good press #45 got from his teleprompter speech to a joint session of Congress this past week. That "good press" dissolved within 24 hours upon the scandalous report that #45's AG lied, under oath, to Congress. So there went #45's looking "presidential" after reading someone else's teleprompter speech.
Here's where Lord Dampnut stands with the American people -- and this was BEFORE the Jeff Sessions scandal.
A majority of Americans are embarrassed by President Trump
Two polls released [last] week offer that downside to President Trump.
New surveys from Quinnipiac University and McClatchy-Marist reveal that Trump — never terribly popular nationally — continues to be seen as dishonest, a poor leader and unstable. What’s more, the U.S. is embarrassed by him.
Note, as will be the case throughout these results, that there’s a wide partisan split on this question. Democrats almost uniformly describe themselves as embarrassed.
Republicans describe themselves as proud. (According to the pollsters, those feelings are strong among those who describe themselves as stronger partisans, too.)
Overall, though, thanks in part to a majority of independents saying that they’re embarrassed, 58 percent of the country uses that term to describe its feelings about Trump’s first month in office. What’s more, Quinnipiac’s polling found that concerns about Trump’s personality that haunted him throughout the campaign have not been ameliorated much.
A majority of Americans still see Trump as not honest.
A new poll from Quinnipiac University suggests that while people may be broadly unhappy with the mainstream media, they still think it's more credible than Trump.
The president regularly accuses the press of “fake news,” but people see more “fake news” coming out of his own mouth.
The poll asked who registered voters “trust more to tell you the truth about important issues.” A majority — 52 percent — picked the media.
Just 37 percent picked Trump.
Watch Lord Dampnut's approval rating increase among his supporters now that his straight jacket worthy Tweet is out there:
Trump tweets that 'bad (or sick) guy!' Obama had phones wiretapped during campaign
Trump on Saturday angrily accused former president Barack Obama of orchestrating a “Nixon/Watergate” plot to tap the phones at his Trump Tower headquarters last fall in the run-up to the election.
Citing no evidence to support his explosive allegation, Trump said in a series of five tweets sent Saturday morning that Obama was “wire tapping” his New York offices before the election in a move he compared to McCarthyism. “Bad (or sick) guy!” he said of his predecessor, adding that the surveillance resulted in “nothing found.”
After sending out his straight jacket worthy Tweet accusing President Obama of wiretapping his phone and stealing his strawberries, #45 tweeted about Arnold Schwarzenegger leaving the show "The New Celebrity Apprentice."
Aren't you proud, America, of #45?
Four years of an Insane Clown and his Posse in the White House.