President Donald Trump is “changing the way we think about America,” as he battles accusations of sexual misconduct, a new poll shows.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds Trump’s approval rating is at 47 percent, the lowest of his term.
The survey was conducted between January 7 and January 10.
The president has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by dozens of women, including one who alleged he kissed her while she was sleeping.
The Washington Post reported that he fired an FBI director on Friday after it was revealed he had pursued sexual relationships with three women.
The poll also found that 59 percent of respondents approve of Trump’s job performance, the highest of his presidency.
Trump is in the middle of a national tour.
He has been touring the country for more than two weeks, holding events in Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Trump was at the White House on Thursday and on Friday.
“We will be holding rallies all over this country on Tuesday.
There will be rallies in all 50 states,” he told reporters on Friday morning.
The President said he was “getting along great” with his administration, but the poll indicates that “he’s changed the way Americans think about themselves and the country.”
Trump told the NBC/WSJ poll that the allegations were “absolutely false” and that he was not the one to have been assaulted.
He said he had no idea about the accusations against him until after the election.
“I’m going to have a great first week of the presidency.
I have a lot of accomplishments to share.
I will tell you, it’s going to be the best first week,” Trump said.
Trump has denied the allegations and said he did not grope or touch women.
On Friday, the president tweeted that the poll was “fake news” and “very fake.”
“The phony NBC poll is fake news,” Trump tweeted.
“The polls are wrong and not a good sign.
#FakeNews,” he wrote.
Trump also said the survey “isn’t accurate.”