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Trump Administration First 100


The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency began with his inauguration as the 45th President of the United States on Jan. 20. The 100th day of his presidency will be on April 29.


After almost a month has passed since Trump took office, a tone for his presidency has already begun to be set. This past week, the administration gave loose facts on certain issues and events. In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, President Trump claimed only 109 people were affected by the travel ban when in reality, it has been found that “60,000 valid visas were affected by the order and there could be an additional 64,000 admitted refugees barred entry into the U.S.”He also criticized the Iraq War, stating that: “almost everything went wrong” and “I would never have handled it the way that President George W. Bush did.”


President Trump has also made himself out to be a man of action as he has already signed 12 executive orders. Each order, in its entirety, can be found in the following link on the White House’s website The orders deal with a variety of topics including justice, law, border security, and economic policies.


If you would like to follow the actions taken during the Trump Administration’s First 100 days, The Wall Street Journal is providing daily updates with a continuous stream of information that includes President Trump’s tweets, his cabinet nominees, executive orders, and multiple topics. It can be found through this link.

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