100 Days Later

CJ-Moki here. Here's my analysis of President Trump's first hundred days:

Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt coined the term on 24 July 1933, the "First hundred days" of a U.S. President's administration has been considered an important part of their presidency, which sets the stage for the rest of their Presidency.

Today marks the hundredth day of President Trump's administration, which has... Not gone well, to put it lightly.

Last year, Trump released "Donald Trump's Contract with the American Voter" (archive here), in which he made at least 28 different promises for what he would do within his first hundred days. However, by 21 April, Trump slammed (archive here) the "First hundred days" standard that he had used:
In addition, he posted this (archive here) earlier today:
 Here are some of Trump's "achievements" that come to mind for me:

  • Attempt to stop all travelers from 7 different countries from arriving in the U.S.
  • Attempt again to stop all travelers from 7 different countries from arriving in the U.S.
  • Kill at least 278 Moslawi people using an airstrike.
  • Bomb an airbase in Shayrat, killing 16 people.
  • Pointlessly drop "the mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan.

Earlier today, at a rally in Harrisburg, PA, Trump said that he was keeping "one promise after another", an obvious lie if you read the "Contract with the American Voter". He also claimed that the media should be given "a big, fat, failing grade".

CJ-Moki, signing off. This is a pretty terrible way for a President's first hundred days to end.


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