With his biggest legislative priorities stalled in Congress, the president focused on undoing his predecessor Barack Obama’s regulatory legacy, signing dozens of laws and executive orders ― but he hasn’t made much headway on his campaign promises. He saw his Supreme Court nominee confirmed, but his travel ban was blocked by several lower courts.
On the foreign policy front, Trump launched missiles against Syria for its use of chemical weapons, but he still lacks an overarching strategy on how to deal with Syrian leader Bashar Assad. He has threatened and provoked foes and allies alike across the globe, but political leaders have begun to see him primarily as a bluffer.
Americans are deeply polarized about Trump’s performance in office. While both Obama and George W. Bush enjoyed higher ratings at the 100-day mark, just 43 percent of voters approve of the job Trump is doing as president.
Check out more facts and figures about Trump’s first 100 days below:
Sources: Golf games: Politifact; visits to Mar-a-lago: The Washington Post; cost of visits to Mar-a-lago: Center for American Progress Action Fund; spending on Trump Tower Security: The Washington Post; approval rating: Pollster; executive orders: CBS News
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