President Trump will have been in office for 100 days on April 29. During his boisterous campaign he made a lot of promises regarding what he would accomplish in those first 100 days, including repealing Obamacare, investigating Hillary Clinton, and banning immigrants from “terrorist-prone regions”. But how much has El Presidento actually achieved since inauguration day? It’s probably less than you think, though not for lack of trying.
These three months and change have flown by, so it’s a good time to stop and reflect on Trump’s many executive orders, his failures and successes, and how the world has changed since he came into office. Here at Outspeak, we want to know how you feel about the current state of America, if it’s better or worse than you anticipated, and how we can affect change going forward.
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