Poll: Voters see President Trump as 'reckless' and 'not honest'
"Reckless" and "not honest" are some of the words being used to describe President Donald Trump in the past few days.
This follows the controversy of Trump sparring with the widow and family of an Army sergeant killed in action in Niger.
According to a new poll, most voters think these descriptors suit the President.
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A Politico/Morning Consult poll found that most voters, 56 percent, say Trump is reckless. On the other hand, only 31 percent disagree.
In addition, only 35 percent of those polled called Trump honest, while 51 percent say he is not honest.
Fifty percent of voters also think Trump is sexist, while 35 percent say he isn’t.
Trump’s overall approval rating hasn’t changed much in the past few months, with 42 percent approving and 53 percent disapproving.
This comes just after two senators said they are retiring out of frustration with Trump’s presidency.
Senator Jeff Flake, alluding to Trump’s “reckless, outrageous and undignified” behavior on the Senate floor, and Bob Corker calling Trump an “utterly untruthful president."
The president responded in a tweet Wednesday, saying: “The reason Flake and Corker dropped out of the Senate race is very simple, they had zero chance of being elected. Now act so hurt & wounded!”
He also claimed a meeting with Republicans, outside of Flake and Corker, was a love fest with standing ovations.