CNN loves nothing more than to trash talk the Trump approval rating. Even with their skewed parameters, the Trump approval rating is soaring, according to their latest poll.

Their latest poll, which was taken from 1,014 people. From these people, 25% of them were Republicans, 29% were Republicans and 46% were either independents or members of another party. This poll showed his approval rating at 42%. His rating has not been this high, according to the liberal network, since their survey that was taken 100 days into Trump's presidency.

CNN reported:

"Approval is up 7 points overall since February, including 6-point increases among Republicans (from 80% to 86% now) and independents (from 35% to 41% now). Trump's approval rating remains below that of all of his modern-era predecessors at this stage in their first term after being elected, though Trump only trails Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama by a narrow 4 points at this point in their first terms."

The people are most behind Trump when it comes to the economy. 48% approve and 45% disapprove of Trump's work with the economy.

CNN made sure there wasn't too much good news.

"Almost two-thirds of Americans say they believe the women alleging affairs with Trump over the president (63% say so), while just 21% say they believe Trump's denials of those affairs. And about half (51%) say the two women pursuing lawsuits seeking to free themselves from non-disclosure agreements relating to any relationship they may have had with Trump ought to be free to discuss those alleged relationships," CNN said.

You can't expect too much from CNN. They had to put a negative slant on it. They couldn't just let Trump have his very meager 42% approval rating from their network.

Anderson Cooper and company have done all they possibly can to jam Stormy Daniels down our throats. Many memes have been circling that state how we hired him to be President of the United States, not our pastor. Who cares if he had sex with a porn star 12 years ago?

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