President Trump’s approval rating is on the rise among American voters following Robert Mueller’s “No Collusion” final report; popping to 50% as the White House sets its sights on immigration reform and healthcare.
“The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove,” writes Rasmussen.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) March 28, 2019
Special counsel Robert Mueller officially concluded his investigation into Russian election meddling last week; confirming there was “no collusion” between the Trump campaign and foreign officials during the 2016 race for the White House.
BERNIE ON MUELLER: ‘I Want the Whole Damn Report’
Vermont Senator and 2020 Democratic front-runner Bernie Sanders weighed-in Sunday evening on Robert Mueller’s final conclusion there was “no collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia; saying he “wants the whole damn report.”
“I don’t want a summary of the Mueller report. I want the whole damn report,” posted Sanders on social media.
I don’t want a summary of the Mueller report. I want the whole damn report. https://t.co/VU1oNfBMK0
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 24, 2019
Bernie’s comments come just hours after the special counsel concluded his two-year investigation into the Trump campaign; telling DOJ officials there was no evidence of “collusion” during the 2016 race for the White House.
ERRORS OF THE ERA: Flashback to the Mainstream Media’s Anti-Trump EPIC FAILS Throughout 2017
The mainstream media and destroy-Trump press are in a total meltdown following Robert Mueller’s final conclusion of “no collusion” over the weekend; conveniently ignoring an entire year fueled by Russia-collusion hysteria.
The Washington Examiner compiled a list of the media’s worst errors early last year; highlighting their non-stop assault on the Trump administration and those closest to the President’s inner-circle.
“Chalk it up to bias, sloppiness, or sheer panic in response to the election of Donald Trump, but the bottom line for 2017 is that there was a shocking decline in the quality and reliability of political journalism,” reports the Examiner.
“We defend ourselves by trying to convince the public that our mistakes are actually a virtue because we (sometimes) correct them. Or we blame Trump for why we’re getting so much wrong. It’s a little bit like a police officer taking someone to jail for DUI, then driving home drunk himself: he may be correct to arrest the suspect, but he should certainly know better than to commit the same violation,” adds Sharyl Attkisson.
Read the full list at the Washington Examiner.