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surprising facts about Donald Trump’s 100 days

In his first 100 days in office, President Trump has falsely boasted of attracting the largest inaugural crowd ever, cited a nonexistent terrorist attack in Sweden and leveled an unproven accusation that his predecessor spied on him.

  • An Economic Confidence Boost: Consumer confidence is at the highest level in 17 years. Over half a million jobs have been created in his first 3 months in office.
  • Imposing A Five Year Ban On Lobbying The Government By Former White House Officials And A Lifetime Ban On Lobbying For Foreign Governments By Former White House Officials
  • Trump Signing An Executive Order Directing The Justice Department To Cut Funding To Sanctuary Cities
  • Trump Signing An Executive Order Withdrawing From the Transpacific Partnership Trade Deal
  • Approving The Keystone And Dakota Access Pipelines
  • Trump has added more ICE agents, ended the illegal immigrant advocacy program at the DOJ. Most importantly, has made it clear that there is no longer a welcome mat for illegal aliens in the United States.
  • Trump appointed Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court Justice. Gorsuch is an originality judge with a long track record who is highly regarded by conservative groups that review judges.
  • The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia
  • Trump and Tom Price, the secretary of health and human services, met with House Republicans at the Capitol in March to try to push through major changes in the Affordable Care Act.
  • Premiums went up 116 percent. They went up 58 percent
  • Trump has discussed space science and exploration informally several times recently.
  • Trump’s effort to repeal Obamacare is another example of his struggle against public opinion.
  • Trump proposed in a tweet that flag burners should be imprisoned and stripped of their citizenship
  • White House chief of staff Reince Priebus confirmed that the administration is considering amending the First Amendment to restrict freedom of the press
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