CNN/ORC international polls have recently revealed that #Donald Trump has one of the #worst early approving ratings in US history, with 53% saying they disapprove of what he has done so far. This comes after he announced he had banned entry to America from seven majority Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days.

American citizens along with many others around the World took to protesting on the streets in hope to lift the ban as well as petitioning to block his state visit to the UK, expressing their disgust with the controversial order. Trump's first few weeks in Office have been eventful to say the least, after causing uproar around the World it comes as no surprise that people believe him to be the worst President to date.

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Mr.Trump hit out at the recent polls and expressed his anger on Twitter, claiming that, "Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election. Sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting."

Is Trump being biased?

Political surveys can go one of two ways, and Trump has previously admitted he is selective about his trust in political surveys.

During the Presidential Election he seemed to dislike any poll that was negative on his behalf, in October last year he said: "When we do badly, I don't talk about the polls. When we're doing well, I talk about the polls" which explains his anger at the results claiming him to be one of the worst early approving ratings.

Despite Trump constantly going on about his distrust in the media, it appears that he only distrusts them when they are portraying him negatively, is that just a guilty conscience?

The President Donald Trump defending himself on Twitter

The first place Trump headed to defend himself was to Twitter, posting two tweets slating the polls and claiming that they are "#Fake News".

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Many Twitter users have responded to the strong-worded tweets, but is he just making things worse for himself? He seems to always post defensive, controversial statements on Twitter, but is this really the correct way to make America love you?

Love him or hate him, he still has the whole World speaking his name.