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President TrumpDonald John TrumpGinsburg calls proposal to eliminate Electoral College 'more theoretical than real' Trump knocks polls after one shows 6-point drop in approval rating GOP lawmaker on Trump-Taliban meeting: 'I don't know how that went through the good idea filter' MORE on Tuesday dismissed a new poll that showed his approval rating slipped by 6 percentage points over two months to 38 percent.
In a pair of tweets, Trump cast doubt on the legitimacy of polls that showed him underwater or losing to potential Democratic challengers.
"Many of these polls are fixed, or worked in such a way that a certain candidate will look good or bad. Internal polling looks great, the best ever!" Trump tweeted.
The president ripped the ABC News/Washington Post poll as "the worst and most inaccurate poll of any taken prior to the 2016 Election" after a survey released earlier Tuesday morning showed his approval rating had dropped by six percentage points since June.
The ABC/Washington Post poll released just before the 2016 election showed Clinton with a 4 point lead. She ultimately won the popular vote by 2 percentage points, but lost the Electoral College vote.
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