A new poll indicates that President Trump has his best approval rating in seven months.
You've been hearing the steady drumbeat from establishment media: President Trump lost the popular vote and he's even more unpopular now.
Army kills two JeM militants, rescues unarmed soldiers and their kin
He said there have been 206 terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir alone and 382 Army personnel were killed in the last four years. By evening, the militants had been contained in one part of the camp's residential quarters, army spokesman Col.
Luckily, one courageous Republican did speak out forcefully on the issue saying that "the latest attacks on the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department serves no American interests ... only Putin's".
47 percent disapprove of the way he has handled taxes; 45 percent approve.
Jim Hoft at the Gateway Pundit pointed out that on February 7, 2010, Obama had an approval rating of 44 percent of likely voters while 56 percent of disapproved.
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The ADGP said, "It has been established that Hilal, Shakil and Khan were masterminds in the whole conspiracy". After their arrest , we are left with Naveed and Hilal Rather, who are still at large", Khan said.
Additionally, 48 percent of Americans polled credit Trump with the state of the economy, while 41 percent say Obama deserves more credit.
Over the objections of the FBI, which cited national security concerns, the Republicans released their highly controversial "bombshell" memo that was suppose to blow holes in the Robert Mueller investigation and all but exonerate President Trump. That stands in contrast to the majority of Americans, 56 percent, who say that Mueller has been fair during his probe so far. His approval rating maxed out at 42 percent in a February 7 poll previous year. Trump has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witch hunt and attacked top investigators in his own Justice Department. The respondents were 24 percent Republican, 29 percent Democratic and 40 percent independent.
Quinnipiac University ran the poll February 2-5, surveying 1,333 voters nationwide. The margin of sampling error is ±3.3 percentage points; it is larger for subgroups.
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The wage improvements in January arrived the same month that saw Ontario take the controversial step of raising its minimum wage. After a record-breaking string of gains, Canada's job market was due for a pullback, said James Marple, TD senior economist.
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