Poll: Trump's approval rating sinks to lowest point since Inauguration Day

While President Donald Trump is overseas on his first foreign trip as commander in chief, the heap of recent negative polls has continued to pile up.

The latest, a survey from Reuters/Ipsos, shows Trump with 38 percent approval rating, which represents a sharp drop as well as his lowest rating since Inauguration Day when he entered the White House with historically low numbers.

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The poll also found that 56 percent said they disapproved of the president's job in office, while six said they had "mixed feelings."

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This latest poll adds more fuel to arguments that claim Americans, including Trump supporters, are beginning to significantly sour on the president's attempt to manage both diplomatic relations and controversy regarding the Russians.

According to a new poll out from CBS News, the majority of Americans, 63 percent, do not approve of the president's handling of the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Forty-eight percent also say they believe the president asked then FBI Director James Comey to end the investigations into Russia, something the president and his administration have vehemently denied.

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During a joint press conference at the White House with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos this past week, Trump replied with an emphatic "no" to a question on if he personally requested the Russian investigation to end.

"Well, I respect the move but the entire thing has been a witch hunt," Trump said when asked about former FBI Director Robert Mueller being named special counsel to continue the investigation.

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"There is no collusion between certainly myself and my campaign. But I can always speak for myself and the Russians, zero. I think it divides the country, I think we have a very divided country because of that and many other things. So I can tell you that we want to bring this great country of ours together."

The president will continue his first foreign trip as president this week with visits to Israel, Italy, Vatican City and Belgium.

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