Saturday, April 22, 2017
The First (Almost) 100 Days
Just a reminder of how weak and incompetent president #45 is. DJT has the House and Senate, and yet he's passed no legislation (thankfully), he has used only executive orders to undo what Mr. Obama accomplished in his presidency, and he's appointed a new Supreme Court justice to the seat that was stolen from President Obama's term in office.
#45's presidency, so far, has been a farce that only his most ardent fans support. Those people think the country and the rest of the world support and admire #45. The fact is a majority of Americans does not and neither does much of the civilized world.
Here is #45's promises on what he'd accomplish in his first 100 days:
The 100-day measure didn’t seem ridiculous to Trump during the campaign.
While vying for the White House, Trump unveiled his “Contract with the American Voter,” in which he vowed to get 10 legislative measures through Congress within the first 100 days of his administration:
Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act,
End the Offshoring Act,
American Energy and Infrastructure Act,
School Choice and Education Opportunity Act,
Repeal and Replace Obamacare Act,
Affordable Childcare and Eldercare Act,
End Illegal Immigration Act,
Restoring Community Safety Act,
Restoring National Security Act and
Clean Up Corruption in Washington Act.
None of these have been enacted yet, but Trump has been advancing toward several of these goals through executive actions.
The first 100 days of a new presidency have historically been high-points in a new POTUS's administration. But the only "high-point" in #45's first 100 days has been a spike in terms of people's distrust of DJT and disgust with his infantile behavior on Twitter.
Americans are on to him, and his dismal approval rating is the proof: