The most recent polls for Donald Trump continue to provide an unclear view of the president's job performance.

The right-leaning Rasmussen survey shows that 51% of Americans approve of Trump's job performance, with 48% disapproving. On the other hand, a poll from Economist/YouGov poll shows that 46% of Americans approve of Trump, with 52% disapproving. 

A Reuters/Ipsos poll from early December reveals a 42% approval rating compared to a 54% disapproval rating.

The polls were released before Trump's visit to London this week for the NATO summit, where Trump engaged in some awkward and tense exchanges with world leaders. In one meeting, Trump sat with French President Emmanuel Macron and complained about the number of ISIS fighters the U.S. has captured, while asking for Europe to do more.

"Would you like some nice ISIS fighters?" Trump said while claiming "many" fighters came from France. "I can give them to you."

"Let's be serious," Macron shot back, saying that defeating ISIS is still a top priority.

For Macron, Trump's comments are not a laughing matter, with ISIS claiming attacks in Paris and Nice in recent years, which have killed hundreds of French nationals.

In another spat, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was caught on camera likely mocking Trump with other world leaders during the summit. In response, Trump called Trudeau "two-faced." 

It's unclear if these diplomatic quarrels are playing a role in how Americans view the president. Trump also made bizarre comments this week regarding toilets and claimed once again that environmentally friendly lightbulbs are making him look orange.

Meanwhile, the impeachment inquiry into Trump's dealings with Ukraine will continue with another hearing on Monday. House Democrats are drafting articles of impeachment and the Judiciary Committee may hold a vote this week.

Trump has consistently hovered above 50% disapproval among Americans since May 2017.