Trump also tweets that he is "working hard" from his private golf club in central New Jersey, while the White House heating and cooling system is repaired, and plans to head to NY next week for "more meetings". "Going to NY next week for more meetings", Trump tweeted Monday.
A majority of registered voters (53 per cent) now say they are mostly pessimistic about the next few years of Trump's time in office. "Look at rallies in Penn, Iowa, Ohio and West Virginia".
The "phony Fake News polling", as Trump calls it, does throw cold water on the president's claims of a "bigger and stronger" base, however.
Last week's Quinnipiac University poll showed that 61 percent of Americans view Trump's White House performance unfavorably and 33 percent favorably, the lowest ever standing for a USA leader in his first months in the White House.
The poll of 2,901 likely voters from Florida, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Pennsylvania showed a drop from 35.3 percent of voters in April who had "strongly favorable" views of Trump to 28.6 percent in August.
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During an appearance on ABC News's This Week on Sunday, White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said the president's approval ratings could use a boost. The survey also showed that only 43 percent of whites without a college degree - a key voting group for Trump - approve, compared to 50 percent who disapprove.
This drop in support is particularly high among Republicans with an nearly 10 percent drop in strongly favorable views of the president among GOP likely voters.
Conway continued: "It needs to go up". "Just 6 months in office, Trump is getting into dangerously low territory in key swing states", Firehouse partner Alex Conant tells Axios.
"Interesting to watch Senator Richard Blumenthal of CT talking about hoax Russian collusion when he was a phony Vietnam con artist!"
In 2010, Blumenthal apologized for repeatedly claiming he had served in Vietnam after the New York Times reported he obtained at least five military deferments between 1965 and 1970 to avoid going to war.