President Trump, said this week boasted in a Wisconsin-tool factory, the “no government has achieved more in the first 90 days”, in a Friday morning tweet that he is not getting enough credit from the national media for his successes.
“No matter how much I achieve during the ridiculous standard in the first 100 days, and it was a lot of (including S. C.), the media kill!” Trump tweeted.
No matter how much I achieve during the ridiculous standard in the first 100 days, and it was to kill a lot of (including S. C.), media!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 21, 2017
Whether the President was looking to pre-empt media criticism, or lower expectations than the scale of approaches, it was clear, but the White house is clearly bracing for a report card of the press.
The first 100 days of first term President is often used to measure success and set a roadmap for the future of environmental policy. The fascination for the first 100 days goes back to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the office came in the year 1933 and a staggering features 76 pieces of legislation, including 15 major overhauls and new programs in the depths of the Great Depression.
“It is very clear that he is committed to the conservative principles and the agenda that he outlined in the campaign.”
– White House Spokesman Sean Spicer
Since then, the first 100 days of the trial of a new President, the productivity was, although none come close to FDR.
Trump had promised, about the huge changes during his first 100 days, including cracking down on illegal immigration, a complete tax Revision, and repeal and replace ObamaCare.
“You’re going to have, how big is the health care at a tiny fraction of the cost and it will be so easy,” Trump said in an October 2016 rally.
When it came to the construction of his “beautiful great wall” with Mexico, he told Fox News in 2015, “So easy. So easy.”
The expectations were high, because of Trump’s promises and the fact he had a Republican-led Congress, but so far, the two branches are not always on the same page.
On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer, the trump administration’s services defended.
“Look at the record that he made in the first 90 days,” Spicer told Fox News’ “The First 100 days.” “It is very clear that he is committed to the conservative principles and the agenda that he outlined in the campaign.”
Trump hits the 100-day mark on April 29.