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President Trump’s approval rating sank to 34% over the weekend, the lowest it’s been since he took office.
The rating, based on Gallup polling data from Friday, Saturday and Sunday, came after a week in which Trump threatened North Korea with “fire and fury” amid escalating tensions.
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