Politics Trump: 'Media will kill' success of first 100 days

14:25  21 april  2017
14:25  21 april  2017 Source:   The Hill

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Nonetheless, POLITICO assigned its policy reporting teams to handicap the road ahead for the first 100 days of the Trump administration, identifying the policy ideas, the leaders and the obstacles that will be used to define success or failure of the new White House.

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President Trump took aim at the media early Friday morning, accusing journalists and news outlets of belittling and disparaging his early accomplishments in the White House.

"No matter how much I accomplish during the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days, & it has been a lot (including S.C.), media will kill!" Trump said.

Trump is set to hit the critical 100-day mark in his presidency on April 29. Those early days and typically considered a key early marker of a presidential administration and its ability to govern.

Trump's 100 days: What we've learned .
When President Trump took the oath of office three months ago, one question loomed above the others: How would the most unconventional presidential candidate in recent memory govern? Here is what we have learned about Trump's approach to the presidency as he nears the first 100 days of his administration this Saturday. He's willing to change his mindBesides his get-tough stances on trade, immigration and crime, Trump entered politics with very few deeply held political beliefs. And he's not been afraid to change his views depending on his circumstances.

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