Trump 100 days in Office as American president Lets quickly run down his policy and achievement so far: Muslim ban from some countries with executive order failed. The erection of Mexico wall failed. His relationship with Russia deteriorating due to strike in Syrian. Economic growth worse according to BBC

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Most of the time the problem we have is putting all our trust in political campaign. Politicians are like people watching players playing ball outside the field. Thinking that football is easy.When Trump promised that America to be great again but now he said he never understand that this how difficult President job is, they never know that miracle will never happen over night. Trump is not a politician but a businessman just like Nigeria president.

Today mark Trump 100 days in Office as American president

Lets quickly run down his policy and achievement so far:

  • Muslim ban from some countries with executive order failed.
  • The erection of Mexico wall failed.
  • His relationship with Russia deteriorating  due to strike in Syrian.
  • Economic growth worse according to BBC
  • Obama health care replacement failing.
  • North Korea challenges
  • Vice president voting in cabinet but not a member.
Unlike before America is seen as the greatest country but now is common for a President of America to call anybody 'liar'.

The freedom of press is fast fading away in America.

See some people's comment about 100 days in Office.

According to CNN

President Donald Trump has made cracking down on illegal immigration a centerpiece of his administration -- but so far his administration is deporting fewer people than his predecessor.

From Inauguration Day until this week, ICE removed 54,564 individuals, including 30,667 convicted criminals and 23,897 non-criminals, according to the data shared with CNN.
Thus far, those numbers track slightly behind the pace of removals during the same time period during the past two years of the Obama administration -- and greatly lag behind the rate of deportations before Obama ordered greater discretion.
From January 20, 2016, to April 24, 2016, ICE removed 62,062 individuals, including 24,953 non-criminals. The same time period in 2015 saw 59,938 removals, including 23,571 non-criminals.

"Many Americans" had a tougher past 100 days -- coinciding with the first months of Donald Trump's presidency -- than the President himself, CNN's Jake Tapper said on "The Lead" Friday.

Reflecting on his first 100 days, Trump said in an interview with Reuters on Thursday that he thought the job would be easier.
Tapper responded: "The notion that President Trump thought the job of President of the United States of America would be easier than hosting 'Celebrity Apprentice' and running the Trump business empire is pretty stunning."
Tapper then went on to name a handful of Americans who have had a difficult past few months -- many of them as a result of Trump's policies.
"There's Kraig Moss, who lost his son Rob in the opioid crisis in 2014 and believed Trump when he said he would do something about the crisis. In fact, Kraig supported Trump so strongly he traveled the country to Trump rallies singing the candidate's praises. After the health care bill, Moss says he will never vote for Trump again," Tapper said.
The White House attempted to revive a health care reform package ahead of the President's 100 days in office, but that has not come into fruition.
Tapper then mentioned Emmanuel Ayala Frutos, one of the so-called DREAMers -- people brought to this country illegally by their parents. The President has said he feels sympathy for DREAMers in the past.
"Frutos was brought here when he was 6. Recently, he was held in detention for 18 days. He and other DREAMers live in constant fear as the President cracks down on illegal immigration and they don't know what's going to happen to them," Tapper continued.
Then there's cancer patient Melissa Nance, who's worried about losing her health insurance.
"She's covered by Obamacare now, but insurers are pulling out of her state of Tennessee. Trump said he would take care of this, he said he would fix it, he said it would be easy. but Congress has passed nothing," Tapper said.
"I could go on and on," Tapper continued, "The factory workers who were told by the President that he would bring their jobs back though he has not introduced a jobs bill yet. The troops in harms way wondering if the President has any actual foreign policy strategy or if he's just winging it with them on the front lines."
"These Americans are depending on you, Mr. President," Tapper said, "These are the people who have had a rough 100 days."


The most worrying thing is that things that would have been shocking not long ago don’t have the capacity to shock anymore,” she added. “You have someone telling absolute lies, a president and an attorney general that mock the judges, policies and executive orders that are blatantly anti- immigrant and Muslim on their face, hateful language.


 MacLean said she initially backed Bernie Sanders but rallied behind Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton after she won the primary. She said Trump’s victory was “devastating.”

 “Many people were shocked that Americans could elect someone as blatantly xenophobic as Donald Trump,” she said. “But many people who have faced discrimination knew it was there and now we have to confront that.”


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