Instead of putting his focus on a show of military force parade, Donald Trump might want to work on getting the American people to believe him.
In a resent poll released from Marist College shows that 66% of Americans believe and trust the FBI over the Trump. The poll also finds that 70% of the people do not believe that the FBI is out to get Trump.
In a week where "breaking news" was breaking faster than newscasters could keep up, it's no surprise that the Trump administration is quickly losing trust from those who may have been willing to give the benefit of the doubt.
Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, Director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion had this to say:
If the White House was banking on the release of the Nunes memo to flip public opinion against the FBI, that has not happened. In fact, the Nunes memo becomes just another page in a lengthy book on the investigation.
It seems Trump would serve Republicans well, by staying off Twitter.
...when President Trump is occupied with Twitter skirmishes, the Democrats reestablish a double-digit advantage over the Republicans on this question.
There wasn't much argument coming on Twitter.
A man who lies EVERY GOD DAMN DAY, against a man who has served his country with dignity.— 🐒StinkiMonki🐒 (@culbert_becky) February 9, 2018
Trump & Trus...! Nope, nope, nope! Just cannot put those two words together.— PhilFlorida (@hccpal) February 9, 2018
Well Mueller didn't have temporary bone spurs five times so there's that... Well, and he's been throwing people like Trump in prison for a long time— Tim Mcbrim (@TimMcbrim) February 10, 2018
Some folks felt the need to start listing the people they trusted more than Trump.
I would trust the Hamburgelar with my hamburger before I trusted Trump.— Kevo (@psgamer92_kevo) February 10, 2018
I trust the guy who steals my amazon packages more than I trust Trump— Mitch! (@Mitch_Like_That) February 9, 2018
H/T: The Hill