Washington: President Donald Trump’s election campaign type rallies to draw support for his policies are expected to continue in the near future. The President is all set to address a massive rally at Freedom Hall in Louisville Monday.
The occasion will be obviously used to seek support for President’s new healthcare initiative and his efforts to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Besides, Donald Trump is expected to talk about his Muslim ban 2, that has been drawing fire from civil liberties organizations and the judiciary.
In the meantime, President seems to be suffering from a crisis of credibility as his approval rating is travelling farther south. A latest Gallup poll whose findings were made known in Saturday suggests that his approval rating has touched the nadir. According to the Gallup survey, merely 37 percent people approve of the job that Trump is doing in White House. On the contrary as many as 58 percent Americans disapprove of trump job.
Within a week’s time, it is the second major election type rally. He addressed a huge rally in Nashville, Tennessee on March 15th. Many people believe that the President hasn’t been able to come out of the election mode.
President Donald Trump’s rally is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday and is expected to draw several thousands supporters of Trump and Republicans.