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Trump is not the only new president to take issue with being judged so early in their term.
Many other presidents have bemoaned comparisons with Franklin Roosevelt's legislative frenzy in 1933 that set the 100-day bar.
And even Bush, who like Trump came into office hampered by deep political divisions after a polarizing general election, used his time to heal political wounds -- his approval rating 100 days in was 62%, according to Gallup.
Trump's rating averages in the low 40% range -- easily the lowest ever mark for a president this early in his administration in the modern era -- and one that poses real questions for Trump's capacity to enact his future agenda.
Supporters also cite Trump's moves to strengthen immigration enforcement, vows to hike military spending and missile strike against Syria to punish the use of chemical weapons as evidence of strong leadership. This was someone who has a different appreciation for America," said Rep.
His White House also confirmed a new Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch, though Republicans had to blow up Senate rules to get around a Democratic filibuster."This was not Abraham Lincoln. Joseph Crowley, a New York Democrat, in an interview midway through the first 100 days.
The former congressman from Montana was joined by his wife, Lolita, as well as Vice President Mike Pence, US Sen. Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, is sworn in before his confirmation hearing in January.
He pledged to review Obama administration actions that limit oil and gas drilling in Alaska, and he said he does not believe climate change is a hoax. Marco Rubio, right, at his confirmation hearing in January.
An ABC/Washington Post poll published Sunday showed that his approval rating among people who voted for him was 94%, validating an administration strategy of placating those supporters with a flurry of executive orders cutting regulations and prioritizing US workers.They accuse him of insulting US allies and presiding over a White House characterized by feuds, leaks and indiscipline."It's not me ...65% of the American public, maybe 60%, are saying he is doing a bad job, he has got to figure out something for his second 100 days because it hasn't been very good so far," said CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley, on "CNN Tonight" Friday.So a more important question might be whether it actually matters that Trump had a rocky first 100 days.
Does history suggest that a rough start leads to a poor presidency?
The renowned neurosurgeon and former presidential candidate was confirmed by a vote of 58-41.