So within the space of 140 characters, he claims the poll-takers are notoriously inaccurate, while inaccurately claiming a score of "almost 40 percent", but then saying that score isn't actually all that bad for the six month mark, despite all of the evidence we just listed out proving the opposite.
And 48 per cent said they saw American global leadership weakening since Trump entered the White House, while 27 per cent said it is stronger. It's the lowest rating of any president at the same point in their term in over 70 years.
And just 27 percent say US leadership on the world's stage has gotten stronger while 48 percent say it has grown weaker under Trump.
Mr Trump's approval rating is also down six points since his 100-day milestone.
Two-thirds of those surveyed also said they do not trust Trump to negotiate with other world leaders.
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The Post-ABC poll finds 60 per cent of Americans think Russian Federation tried to influence the election outcome, up slightly from 56 per cent in April.
However, there was a big positive for Trump in the poll - 43% of the respondents marked him positively on the performance of the economy on his watch, to 41% negatives. "Almost 40 percent is not bad at this time", he tweeted.
The president's overall approval rating has slipped to 36 percent from 42 percent in April.
His failed election promise to "immediately" repeal and replace Obamacare has also hurt Mr Trump, with 50 per cent of Americans indicating they prefer the current health care law over the Republican replacement.
Recall that the congressmen brad Sherman and al green from the Democratic party launched an initiative on impeachment of the President of the United States Donald Trump.
Some 60 percent of USA citizens think Russian Federation sought to interfere, though Democrats are far more likely to believe that than members of Trump's Republican Party.
Trump's disapproval rating has risen to 58 percent in the national survey, which was conducted last Monday through Thursday.