54 percent said that they disapprove of the President while 5 percent said that they were unsure.
“We wouldn’t do that,” Brennan said during an appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations. “That’s just beyond the scope of reason in terms of what we’d do.”
43 percent said that they disapprove while 42 percent say that they approve.
The interview was likely an attempt by the White House to promote the Affordable Care Act among young people.
The poll was conducted among between March 7th and 9th among 801 respondents.
The U.S. government said that the winter weather played a slight role.
The president “emphasized that Russia’s actions are in violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
The sanctions would target individuals determined to be involved with the ongoing Russian military action in Ukraine.
The president’s new budget aims to strengthen background checks, invest in mental health.