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The Independent points out that Trump mocked Obama for his “record low” 39 percent Gallup approval rating in August 2011, a level he has now surpassed.
The commander in chief’s approval rating fell to a new low over the weekend to 37 percent, according to the latest Gallup poll.
Trump approval drops to 37% – the worst Gallup poll any president has ever had this early in their term.
Olivier Douliery – Pool/Getty ImagesWith two months into his presidency, Donald Trump’s ratings continue to fall.
Needless to say, those are the worst numbers for any president this early in his administration in the history of modern polling.
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President Trump’s unproven claim that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower last year is eroding diplomatic relations abroad and needs to be put to rest, top Democrats said Sunday.
Mr. Obama has denied it, and the White House has offered no specific proof aside from media reports about surveillance.
Mr. Trump was referring to revelation in 2013 that Mr. Obama authorized National Security Agency eavesdropping on her and his claim that Mr. Obama did the same to him during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Rep. Joaquin Castro, Texas Democrat, said Mr. Trump had made a huge mistake by dragging other countries into the wiretapping saga.
You should be talking to Fox,” Mr. Trump said during his press conference with Mrs. Merkel.
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Germany rejects Donald Trump’s claims it owes NATO and US ‘vast sums’ for defence
Germany rejects Donald Trump’s claims it owes NATO and US ‘vast sums’ for defenceUpdatedGerman Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has rejected US President Donald Trump’s claim that Germany owes NATO and the United States “vast sums” of money for defence.
Mr Trump has urged Germany and other NATO members to accelerate efforts to meet NATO’s defence spending target.
Even a tweet from Mr Trump criticising China the night before Mr Tillerson landed in Beijing did not, at least in public, create any discord.
Mr Trump made the declaration on Twitter on Saturday — a day after meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Washington — that Germany “owes vast sums of money to NATO”.
“Defence spending also goes into UN peacekeeping missions, into our European missions and into our contribution to the fight against IS terrorism,” Ms von der Leyen said.