The poll found that 61 percent of Americans say Trump does more to hurt his presidency when he speaks and just 33 percent say he helps it.
Spicer, rumored forever to be on his way out of the White House, gets 42 percent saying he hurts Trump more than helps and 28 percent saying he helps.
Kellyanne Conway, seen as maybe having the second largest pair of pants-on-fire in the White House, actually polls best of the three at 40 percent saying she hurts and 28 percent saying she helps. This may be because she isn't seen as often on TV lately (just sayin').
So, the rumored new strategy of the White House – getting Trump out there more and surrogates out there less – may be another doomed strategy for this White House. Then again, I’ve determined that when, say, Spicer says something and Trump says the opposite on Twitter a few hours later, that may be driving Sean’s numbers down (or up) so his 47-28 rating may be better than it appears. Or something.
Oddly, the most sane thing that came out of the White House in the last couple of days may be the happy times Americans are having over the President’s tweeting, or semi-tweeting, this:
“Despite the constant negative press covfefe…”
One thing everyone can agree with is that tweet was unfinished. I think.
Comedians, average folks and politicians are having fun with “covfefe” and even the President hours later tweeted that he hoped everyone is having fun defining what “covfefe” means. (He just may have a sense of humor after all, but I’d like to see it appear more than once every five months.)
This may be the least-most controversial thing the President has ever tweeted! Then again, maybe not since, when asked, what Trump meant, Spicer said, apparently seriously: “The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant.” Which may be a statement on Trump's presidency.
At least everyone (except that small group of people) is having fun trying to interpret what he meant and it's being tweeted, uh, treated, as a joke, except by Spicer who I assume is so shell-shocked in his job that he has learned to say nothing, even in jest, that will -- maybe, possibly or probably - insult or make fun of his boss.
Kellyanne Conway so far has had no public comment I’ve seen on the convfefe kerfuffle , which may be why she is the most-least believable Trump spokesman.