Conway suggests voters want the president to continue focusing on fulfilling campaign promises.
Trump doesn't like the "phony Fake News polling" that shows supporters are fleeing the president.
Trump's approval/disapproval ratings are nearly the exact opposite of Obama's ratings in August 2009.
Trump once tweeted that Rasmussen was one of the most accurate polls. He probably hopes that's not true now.
The people who liked Trump in November mostly like him in July.
Even Vladimir Putin enjoys greater confidence from the rest of the world than Donald Trump.
Things are really bad for Trump in the polls, but they could also be worse.
Donald Trump's approval rating climbed a few percentage points. But things still aren't exactly rosy for the president.
"Trump has been losing support in the places that matter most," said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute.
Just 44 percent of registered voters approve of the job Trump is doing, down four percentage points from the end of April.