Just when you thought Trump couldn’t get worse

With Sean Spicer’s resignation and a new Gallup poll showing Trump’s approval rating for his second quarter is lower than any other president since polling started, the US president’s second 100 days are even worse than the first

23rd July, 2017
Donald Trump wields a baseball bat in the Oval Office in the White House All pictures: Getty

You know things aren’t going well when just six months into your tenure as the 45th president of the United States, one of your primary concerns is whether you can pardon yourself and members of your family and inner circle. Nor is it a particularly encouraging sign when the president, the vice-president, the former national security adviser, the president’s son-in-law and chief adviser, the president’s eldest son and even the president’s attorney general have all...

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