President Donald Trump looks on during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in the Oval Office of the White House on June 30, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Olivier Douliery - Pool/Getty Images)

Amid bipartisan condemnation for tweets about MSNBC co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, Senate Republicans delaying votes for his signature health care act, as well as the continuing investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, President Donald Trump finds himself continuing to have historically low approval numbers for his presidency.

Trump’s approval numbers have been hovering around 40 percent after those numbers dipped into the mid-30s last month after firing former FBI Director James Comey, which was followed by Comey's testimony to a congressional hearing. The president's approval has reverted to similar numbers as the beginning of his presidency which began at around 40 to 45 percent.

In the last week, low Trump's approval numbers have maintained an approval in the low 40s even as more news surfaced about the ongoing investigation by House Intelligence Committee and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who are both investigating Trump for obstruction of justice for firing Comey and Trump's campaign dealings with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election.

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Three polls of Trump's approval rating were taken this week: Rasmussen, Gallup and SurveyMonkey. All three showed the president’s disapproval marks outweighing his approval marks, while his approval stays around the high 30s or low 40s.

In the Rasmussen Report, a historically right-leaning tracking poll, the president got his highest approval rating, 46 percent, between June 27 and June 29, the same numbers as last week. The FiveThirtyEight tracking aggregator, which weighs the polls by historic leanings, adjusted that percentage down to 41 percent. By contrast, the approval tracker showed a 54 percent disapproval rating.

In a Gallup Poll taken during the same time period, Trump returned to the high 30s, receiving a 38 percent approval and 57 percent disapproval rating. These numbers are a slight downturn from the prior week that showed the president climbing for the first time into the low 40s. The Gallup Poll was adjusted to 39 percent approval and 55 percent disapproval rating.

A SurveyMonkey poll taken between June 23 and June 29 split the difference between the Gallup poll and Rassmussen poll, with 41 percent approval and 56 percent disapproval, adjusted to 39 percent approval and 55 percent disapproval.

The FiveThirtyEight aggregator averages 39.6 percent approval and 54.3 percent disapproval, which has shown the president's approval maintain similar support numbers after weeks of controversial tweets and continued hearings by congressional committees that run parallel to the administration's dismissal of any implication of wrongdoing in the Russian investigation.

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On RealClearPolitics poll aggregator for "Trump's Favorability" and "Direction of the Country," there has been a similarly low level of support for the president. His favorability is at 41.0 percent and his unfavorability is at 53.7 percent. An average of only 31.3 percent of Americans thinks the country is going in the right direction, while 59.5 percent think the country is going in the wrong direction.