President Donald Trump's approval rating woes continued over the weekend as his numbers fell once again below the 40 percent mark.
After setting a new personal approval rating low two times in the same week, President Trump's job rating climbed back above the 40 percent mark before quickly diving back down on Saturday.
According to the latest Gallup poll, the president now has a 38 percent job approval rating, three points away from his lowest rating of his entire term so far.
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Trump's approval rating remain historically low compared past presidents in their first term. President Barack Obama's job approval was at 62 percent while entering his first April as president.
During the April of President Ronald Reagan's first term he enjoyed a 67 percent approval rating.
The president did, however, hit his lowest rating of his presidency for the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll recently, which on Friday showed Trump with a 43 percent rating.
Trump isn't the only one in Washington with numbers on the decline. According to a new left-leaning Public Policy Polling survey, 21 percent approve of Ryan's Speakership so far, while 61 percent disapprove.