New poll shows Donald Trump’s approval rating dropping to 36%

The New York Times reports that Donald Trump is not only seeing his approval rating drop to 36%, but he is also seeing a decline in his favorability.

This is bad news for his Republican Party.

It means that Trump is losing the Republican base and may even lose the nomination to someone like Bernie Sanders.

A number of Republicans have already spoken out against Trump and the Republican Party as a whole, and many of them will continue to do so.

The Republican Party has long been divided between those who support Trump and those who don’t.

If they continue to vote for Trump and his policies, it will mean that they will not be able to elect a Republican president.

But what is going to happen to the Republican party as a result?

If Trump continues to lose the primary to other candidates, the party may decide to switch over to the Green Party.

This could lead to a split in the Republican primary as well.

This will mean more than a split, it may mean a complete break with the Republican tradition of not voting for anyone other than Trump.

 If the Republican National Convention in Cleveland is a sign of things to come, then it’s going to be very difficult for the party to maintain control of the Republican ticket.