Matt Drudge sounds off on Trump's historically low approval ratings: 'Heads will roll'

Heads will roll. That's the message Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge wants to get across about President Trump's historically low approval ratings.

He tweeted this picture of Trump's latest Rasmussen poll numbers, dating back to when he took office with the caption, "Heads will roll."

Rasmussen is usually Pro-Trump but Wednesday's tracking poll put the President at a 42 percent approval.

This all comes during a pretty rough two-week stretch for Trump -- including reports about a meeting his son Donald Trump Jr. had in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer and the GOP-led Senate failure to pass its Obamacare replacement health care plan.

Drudge himself has taken to Twitter more often since Trump's inauguration mostly going after Republicans on Capitol Hill.

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Presidential approval ratings at 100 days

Donald Trump: 42 percent approve

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Barack Obama: 65 percent approve

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George W. Bush: 53 percent approve

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Bill Clinton: 45 percent approve

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George H. W. Bush: 56 percent approve

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Ronald Reagan: 68 percent approve

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Jimmy Carter: 63 percent approve

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Richard Nixon: 62 percent approve

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Lyndon Johnson: 79 percent approve

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John Kennedy: 83 percent approve

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Dwight Eisenhower: 79 percent approve

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Harry Truman: 84 percent approve

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