The First 100 Days In The White House Are Always A Tell

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The first 100 days in the White House are always a tell tale sign of what kind of president the United States would have for the next four years. President Donald Trump’s 100 days in office could be seen as very successful to some and very concerning for others. However, President Trump is made sure in his first 100 days that he owned up to all of the promises he made to Americans all around the country during election tours. While Trump was campaigning during the election he made it very clear that he was no ordinary candidate and that he did not under no circumstance did not want to be like President Obama if he was elected into office. Since his campaigning days, it seems like Trump has done just that to ensure his style of running the…show more content…
Trump’s spokeswoman said he would not pursue a further investigation to help Clinton heal. This wasn’t the only change that Trump made after moving into office, there are many more. During the election Trump preached on and on about how Obamacare was an abomination to the United States and he would get rid of it during his first days in office (BBC US & Canada, 2017). Many Republicans disliked Obamacare as well saying that imposed too many costs on business. After being sworn into office Trump said he reconsidered repealing the entire act after meeting with Obama. As time went on Trump then reevaluated his plan and wanted to pass his new health care plan, “Ryan Care”. This was strongly authored by Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. Republicans and Trump were disappointed again when the new plan didn’t pass according to Trump’s plan (David, 2017). Trump then took to twitter saying quote, “Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!” It is rumored that this was all a part of a plan from Trump or members of his administration had orchestrated a usual attack on Ryan (Walters, 2017). This is one of the many plans that

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