My base is stronger than ever, despite 2020 rumblings

Optimism among Trump's supporters starting to fade away: Poll

Trump supporters' optimism starting to wear off: Poll

A Quinnipiac University poll released last week pegged Trump's approval rating at just 33 percent overall, a new low. They are telling him just enact your program. And approximately 9,000 people came out to see the president at a rally in Huntington, West Virginia, last week.

He also challenged reports that he was vacationing too much and too long, claiming, "Working hard from New Jersey while White House goes through long planned renovation, " and adding that he is "going to NY next week for more meetings".

In a series of tweets from Bedminster, New Jersey, where Trump is on what aides describe as a 17-day "working vacation", he ticked off a number of factors that he said have "driven the Trump base even closer together". Trump's base of support has shrunk to 28.6 percent who have a "strongly favorable" view of him, including only 44.9 percent of Republicans, versus 35.3 percent of voters in those four states who felt the same in April.

"Hard to believe that with 24/7 #Fake News on CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, NYTIMES & WAPO, the Trump base is getting stronger!" he tweeted. 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. Don't worry about a Congress that isn't supporting legislation to get big ticket items done.

"Working hard from New Jersey while White House goes through long planned renovation". He also reiterated personal attacks on Democratic Sen. Trump has begun returning to his base more vocally following the investigation into his aides' ties with Russian Federation taking on an ominous turn with the Special Counsel Robert Mueller impaneling a grand jury. Richard Blumenthal on CNN, tweeting that the senator "cried like a baby" after it was discovered that he misled voters about his Vietnam War record.

Over the weekend, Bloomberg reported that Kelly has been advising Trump on tweets that "might cause an global uproar or lead to unwelcome distractions", concluding that Trump's tweets "have been more buttoned down" in recent days.

Brooke Singman is a Reporter for Fox News.

Blumenthal responded in a pair of tweets. "No one is above the law".

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