President Donald Trump first 100 days

Destiny Stewart, Staff Reporter


With President Donald Trump reaching his first hundred days in office, he seems to have a lot planned.

“Whether it’s producing steel, building cars, or curing a disease, I want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here, in our great homeland : America–creating wealth and jobs for American workers,” Trump said in a two minute video statement.

Trump plans to dismantle ObamaCare for Trump Care. In the video, he informed viewers that the ObamaCare will explode, and that he is open to the Democrats getting together with him to help get a new health care bill passed. He also mentioned in his plans to cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum, and order issued by former president, Barack Obama. Trump also wants to focus on American workers, promising more jobs than any other president has done. Trump takes a swing at Barack Obama’s climate legacy. He wants tough rules rewritten to end Obama’s moratorium on new coal mines on federal lands.

It seems to me although that Trump has a lot planned, most of his plans are to undo anything Barack Obama did making it seem as though his plans weren’t thorough. Hopefully, his decisions are what is best for the country even if some people disagree with his choices.

Trump voters expressed their disapproval about what he posts on Twitter. In an interview with CNN Politics, one of his voters felt like Trump should avoid tweeting on impulse and keep his tweets presidential. For instance, Trump tweeted about how low he thought it was for Obama to tap his phones during the election process. The voters also indicated that if he does decide to tweet it should be factual. Recently he striked on Syria’s military, alarming Korea who said they wouldn’t hesitate to retaliate if Trump does something like that to them.

As of Saturday, April 29, 2017 will be the 100 day mark for Trump is far behind on staffing his administration he hasn’t even nominated 90 percent with 50 nominations to fill the top 553 positions. With his 100 day mark approaching, there’s no telling what else we should expect from our president.