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Trump said any poll that criticizes him is 'fake news'


UPDATE 11:41 a.m.: Trump singled out the "failing" New York Times.

President Trump tweeted Monday morning that "any negative polls" are "fake news."

This is likely a response to a CNN/ORC poll released over the weekend in which a majority of Americans surveyed disapproved of how Trump was performing as president.

Trump compared the polls to the election forecasts, which largely predicted he would lose to Hillary Clinton.

Here's Trump's full tweetstorm.

Trump insists "people actually want border security,"  but the CNN poll found six in 10 people surveyed oppose his plan to a build a border wall . 

Another CNN/ORC poll published on Friday showed 53 percent of Americans surveyed oppose Trump's controversial travel ban. 

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