WASHINGTON, D.C. – Noting that this coming Saturday, April 30, 2017, marks President Trump’s 100th day as president, the White House has begun listing accomplishments.

“In his First 100 Days President Trump has taken dramatic steps to undo burdensome regulations, restore law and order, bolster our military, revive the American dream, change Washington by holding it accountable, put the American worker first and confirm Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch,” the White House press office said in a statement published Monday.

“The people who put him in office can see and feel the promises he is delivering on. According to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, an incredible 96% of those who supported the President in November say they’d do it again today,” the White House statement continued.

The White House also summed up President Trump’s first 100 days in office “by the numbers, noting the following:

  • Enacted more legislation and signed more executive orders in the First 100 days than any president in a half century;
  • Enacted 28 pieces of legislation, more than any other president since Truman;
  • Signed 25 executive orders, the most of any 100 days in over 50 years (will be over 30 by day 100);
  • Achieved first Supreme Court Confirmation in 100 days since 1881;
  • Instituted tough immigration policies that have driven illegal border crossings to a 17-year low;
  • Removed more job-killing regulations through legislation than any president in U.S. history;
  • Estimated savings: $18 billion annually;
  • Economic optimism has been renewed, with consumer confidence reaching its highest level in 16 years; and
  • Ordered the toughest new rules to stop the revolving door between Washington lobbyists and government officials in history.

Already, the Trump administration can point to accomplishments that fulfill campaign promises.

The Associated Press reported on March 3, 2017 that according to the U.S. Department of Labor, unemployment claims dropped by 19,000 from 242,000 the previous week to the lowest level in 44 years, since March 1973, when Richard Nixon was president.

The Labor Department further reported that 2.07 million Americans are collecting unemployment insurance, down more than 7 percent from a year ago.

The Labor Department considers the U.S. job market to be solid, with employers adding a healthy 227,000 jobs in January, pushing the unemployment rate to 4.8 percent, close to what economists consider full employment.

On Feb. 28, 2017, Fox News reported there was a significant drop in illegal immigration across the southwest border during President Trump’s first month in office compared to that of the last three months of the Obama presidency, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB).

In January 2017, 31,575 individuals were taken into custody between ports of entry on the southwest border, compared with an average of more than 45,000 for each of the previous three months, according to the CPB.

In an effort to detail President Trump’s major accomplishments, Infowars.com surveyed the White House press releases since the Inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017, coming up with a detailed list, focusing on Executive Orders and legislation signed since President Trump became president.

  • Estimated savings: $18 billion annually;
  • Economic optimism has been renewed, with consumer confidence reaching its highest level in 16 years; and
  • Ordered the toughest new rules to stop the revolving door between Washington lobbyists and government officials in history.

Already, the Trump administration can point to accomplishments that fulfill campaign promises.

The Associated Press reported on March 3, 2017 that according to the U.S. Department of Labor, unemployment claims dropped by 19,000 from 242,000 the previous week to the lowest level in 44 years, since March 1973, when Richard Nixon was president.

The Labor Department further reported that 2.07 million Americans are collecting unemployment insurance, down more than 7 percent from a year ago.

The Labor Department considers the U.S. job market to be solid, with employers adding a healthy 227,000 jobs in January, pushing the unemployment rate to 4.8 percent, close to what economists consider full employment.

On Feb. 28, 2017, Fox News reported there was a significant drop in illegal immigration across the southwest border during President Trump’s first month in office compared to that of the last three months of the Obama presidency, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB).

In January 2017, 31,575 individuals were taken into custody between ports of entry on the southwest border, compared with an average of more than 45,000 for each of the previous three months, according to the CPB.

In an effort to detail President Trump’s major accomplishments, Infowars.com surveyed the White House press releases since the Inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017, coming up with a detailed list, focusing on Executive Orders and legislation signed since President Trump became president.


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