A new CNN poll released Wednesday reveals President Trump’s approval rating is at 43%, its highest level since April 2017 when it was 44%. Better still, “strong approval” hit an all-time high of 35%. The poll also found that 44% think Democrats are “doing too much” to investigate President Trump, a six-point jump since March before the release of the Barr memo and Mueller investigation report. Should this trend continue into the fall, Democrats will be digging their own electoral grave come 2020.

Here’s more from Washington Examiner…

President Trump’s approval rating reached its highest level since April 2017 in a new CNN poll released Wednesday.

The poll found 43% approved of the way Trump is handling his job as president. The new tally is one point lower than his 44% approval rating two years ago. Those who approve strongly of the way Trump is handling his job hit an all-time high of 35% in the CNN poll.

However, his approval rating is still mostly negative, with 52% disapproving of the job he’s doing.

Since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s redacted report on his Russia investigation, more Americans believe Democrats in Congress are doing too much to investigate Trump.