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Donald Trump’s team ‘wiping their electronic devices’ in case they have to give evidence

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Just a week prior, the president’s approval rating had dipped to 37% .
At the time of the inauguration, Trump had the lowest approval rating of any new president in recent history.
Before March 24, when the House pulled the scheduled vote on the American Health Care Act , the president’s approval rating was trending upward.
Bloomberg—Bloomberg via Getty Images Bloomberg—Bloomberg via Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump’s approval rating fell to 36% Monday after House Republicans failed to pass their repeal of the Affordable Care Act, marking a new low for the president’s young tenure.
U.S. President Donald Trump listens while meeting with women small business owners in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 27, 2017.

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Donald Trump’s team ‘wiping their electronic devices’ in case they have to give evidence

White House officials and members of Donald Trump’s transition team are reportedly “purging” their electronic devices to avoid being compromised by subpoenas, it has been claimed.
The Trump administration is currently under FBI investigation for possible collusion between Russian operatives and presidential aides.
Mr Trump’s former election campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was accused of once working to further the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is now a leading focus of the investigation by American intelligence.
The accusation comes just weeks after government lawyers ordered the President’s aides to preserve any materials that could be connected to Russian interference in the 2016 election.
It came as a former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst warned the President could be forced to leave office over the investigations.

Donald Trump's Latest Approval Rating Dipped As President's 'Trumpcare' Bill Struggled

according to Just 29 percent of likely voters “strongly approved” of Trump while 46 percent “strongly disapproved,” Rasmussen found.
The Rasmussen poll surveys 1,500 likely voters and reports a three-day rolling average.
Rasmussen Reports, which often finds more positive results for Republicans than other surveying firms, found that Trump’s approval rating among likely voters stood at 44 percent Friday.
The most recent polls published late last week showed Trump’s approval rating is hovering around 40 percent and remains safely underwater.
The latest Gallup tracking poll pegged the president’s support at 40 percent on the dot Saturday.

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