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President Donald Trump hit a new low this weekend when his approval rating fell to 37 percent. Trump’s job approval ratings, as Gallup polls indicate, were at their worst since he took office—his disapproval rating increased to 58 percent. Figures only slightly fluctuated by the end of the weekend.

According to CNN, “Trump’s approval rating hovered in the mid-to-low 40s” at the beginning of his presidency. Numbers began to drop, however, as controversies and issues within the administration came to light. Trump tweeted about “fake news CNN” Monday morning, indicating that the ratings were “much higher” at Fox News.

Trump has previously pushed back against approval-ratings polls, calling them “rigged,” in addition to tweeting about former President Barack Obama’s “all-time low” approval rating in 2013. ABC News reports that at the same time during his first term, Obama’s approval rating was in the low 60s. The lowest approval rating came during Harry Truman’s presidency at 22 percent—seven years after first taking office.

The commander-in-chief’s approval rating was also historically low during his first several days as president, coming in at 45 percent. Current numbers are 39 percent approval and 55 percent disapproval.

Gallup’s job approval poll “tracks daily the percentage of Americans who approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as president,” according to their website. Results on based on telephone interviews with 1,500 adults nationwide and have a three percent margin of error.

See how social media reacted to Trump’s latest job approval ratings below:

Social Media Reacts to Donald Trump’s Latest Approval Rating

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