Trump praises his first 100 days

In typical fashion Donald Trump praised his first 100 days as president.

President Trump: In my first 100 days, I kept my promise to Americans

One hundred days ago, I took the oath of office and made a pledge: We are not merely going to transfer political power from one party to another, but instead are going to transfer that power from Washington, D.C., and give it back to the people.

In the past 100 days, I have kept that promise — and more.

Issue by issue, department by department, we are giving the people their country back. After decades of a shrinking middle class, open borders and the mass offshoring of American jobs and wealth, this government is working for the citizens of our country and no one else.

The same establishment media that concealed these problems — and profited from them — is obviously not going to tell this story. That is why we are taking our message directly to America.

He details all the things he has achieved and concludes:

The White House is once again the People’s House. And I will do everything in my power to be the People’s President — to faithfully, loyally and proudly champion the incredible citizens who love this nation and who call this God-blessed land their home.

But he has also complained about how hard it is to get things done

And not everyone sees his successes ahead of his difficulties.

 

One thing Trump seems to desperately succeed at is popularity, and he has a way to go there, and this sort of thing will grate:

He continues to blame the media:

At PA Rally, Trump Says Media Deserves “Big, Fat Failing Grade”

“I could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from the Washington swamp spending my evening with all of you and with a much larger crowd and much better people,” he added.

Trump touted his record while slamming reporters as “incompetent, dishonest people.” He said the press should also be judged for its performance in the past 100 days.

“If the media’s job is to be honest and tell the truth, then I think we would all agree the media deserves a very, very big fat failing grade,” he said.

But a majority of Americans still seem to be unimpressed.

RCP Average President Trump Job Approval:

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That is likely to be the pollsters fault of course.

The missile/bomb bounce has largely levelled off at a significant deficit. Trump has a lot to prove yet, to a lot of people.

22 Comments

  1. Nelly Smickers

     /  1st May 2017

    *Libtard Chuck* in LA retweets….

  2. Zedd

     /  1st May 2017

    He’s living in a fantasy land.. “YOU’RE FIRED !”: <50% approval & <50% overall vote too

    • Anonymous Coward

       /  1st May 2017

      He’s definitely scraping by on the bare minimum.

  3. Nelly Smickers

     /  1st May 2017

    Notice how all the *libtards* spew their venom on anybody who has a different view……or *God forbid*, actually gets elected ❓

    Heaven help *Marine* if she gets elected as Prez ❗

    • Kitty Catkin

       /  1st May 2017

      The last poll said that she had about half the support of Macron-36%-64% It’s not likely that anyone can catch up to that extent in the few days left before the election.

      The reason people dislike Trump is that he’s am untrustworthy blowbag-as can be seen from the polls that show that 3/5 of the people disapprove of him and 2/5 approve.

      • Gezza

         /  1st May 2017

        1Ewes said he’s invited President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte to the White House (& I suppose to Mar a Largo, at a discount). I expect Duterte & Jeff Sessions will get on like a house on fire. They both have interesting looking faces.

        • Kitty Catkin

           /  1st May 2017

          I saw something about that, but missed the end as I was looking to see which tap was loudly dripping. How does Trump get away with owning and letting out Mar a Largo and the hotel which is not supposed to be owned by a president ?

          • Gezza

             /  1st May 2017

            Which tap was it?

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              It stopped before I found it-it must have been the sink or laundry tub, because it was really loud as it plopped away. Who’d want to find that it was the hot tap doing it ? :-/

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              Some sounds are very non-directional, no ?

            • Gezza

               /  1st May 2017

              Yep. I often used to make good use of that phenomenon in class.

      • Nelly Smickers

         /  1st May 2017

        Perhaps you should use a source that’s a little more *up-to-date*, Catkin …..*Britannica* is sooo last century XD

        • Kitty Catkin

           /  1st May 2017

          More fools they if they vote
          in a Nazi.

          • Nelly Smickers

             /  1st May 2017

            VIVE MARINE ❗

            MFGA

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              You mean ‘Heil, Marine.’, don’t you ?

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              I mean, you do realise that she’s a Fascist with all that that implies-don’t you ?

            • Nelly Smickers

               /  1st May 2017

              Absolutely Catkin……*Absolutely* ❗

          • Corky

             /  1st May 2017

            Might be time for a little self reflection, Kitty.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              Well, she’s a Fascist in all but name; even she must know that calling herself one would not be a good idea.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  1st May 2017

              It doesn’t look good to turn the Eiffel Tower upside down and tread on it, either. How offensive.

              If the silly cow thinks that she can stop terrorism, she might be in for a surprise.

            • Gezza

               /  1st May 2017

              I don’t think the French are likely to be particularly culturally upset at seeing the eiffel tower represented this way Kitty. When you look at some of the Presidents they’ve elected they obviously like jokes.

        • Kitty Catkin

           /  1st May 2017

          He’s still well ahead, according to everything I have seen online.

          I suppose that you mean Encyclopaedia Britannica and think yourself very witty. The word Britannica is simply the Latin word for ‘of Britain’, so meaningless alone. It’s like talking about Da Vinci and thinking that this was the surname of the painter Leonardo Da Vinci.