May 29, 2017

The First 100 Days of President Donald J. Trump

“I’ve done a lot. I’ve done more than any other president in the first 100 days. The foundations have been set to do some great things.”

President Donald J. Trump

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The 100 days of any president in America is an artificial mark of the progress made in fulfilling the agenda of a new administration. The Democratic Party and the complicit mainstream media have a narrative that President Trump is doing poorly, but this is fake news. Those who supported candidate Donald J. Trump, such as this writer, who worked full-time in his campaign as Office Manager of the West Dade Trump Victory Office with over 200 volunteers in Miami-Dade County, have a different view.

Make America Great AgainDuring the first 100 days, President Donald J. Trump has done more to improve the economy, create new jobs, deal with illegal immigration, deport criminal illegal aliens, persuade industries and factories to remain in the nation, and protect the security of America than most other presidents in history. By concentrating on rebuilding the military, ending illegal immigration, and restoring confidence in our economy, President Trump is keeping his promises to the American people.

On November 8, 2016, the day Donald J. Trump was elected president, organized groups of communists, anarchists, radicals, and useful idiots took to the streets in cities across the nation and broke windows, burned cars, and fought police. Many of these individuals were paid criminals financed by a multitude of organizations and socialist foundations. The former president, the so-called Deep State made up of federal employees embedded in agencies, including intelligence agencies, but disloyal to President Trump, began a virtual Civil War to undermine his presidency. Several liberal federal judges, who were not following the laws, blocked executive orders dealing with immigrants from the Middle East and sanctuary cities that were issued by the president. The Democratic Party has been transformed from a center left party to a new Muslim Marxist Party.

Make America Great AgainPresident Trump enacted 28 laws, signed 13 Congressional review act resolutions, issued 24 executive orders and ordered many studies during his first 100 days in the White House.

Despite unprecedented Democratic Party obstructionism, President Donald J. Trump and Congress have passed more legislation in the first 100 days than any president since President Harry Truman by enacting 28 laws. The president signed 13 Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolutions during this time period. These resolutions nullified unnecessary regulations by stopping federal agencies from reissuing them. President Trump issued 24 executive orders and ordered at least 17 studies dealing with many issues, including a plan to destroy the Islamic State, a review of the Iran nuclear deal, and to election fraud.

President Donald J. Trump has made tax reform a priority in his legislative agenda. The president wants to cut taxes for small businesses and corporations to 15%, down from 35%, in order to make them more competitive. He also wants cut taxes for the American people – especially lower and middle-income families. President Trump proposed cutting the number of tax brackets from seven to three. He is asking for rates of 10%, 25%, and a top rate of 35%, below the current rate of 39.6%. Working closely with Congress, President Trump wants to enact the most significant tax reform legislation since 1986 – and one of the biggest tax cuts in American history.

One setback was the repeal and replacement of the disastrous Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare. However, the White House is working closely with congressional leaders to bring together the conservative and the centrist Republicans in Congress so that a new healthcare law may be enacted. Another problem was the hiring and firing of General Michael Flynn as White House national security adviser. He is currently being investigated for accepting money in Russia without permission from the Pentagon. None of these setbacks were as bad as President John F. Kennedy’s horrendous decisions that led to the failure at the Bay of Pigs during the 100 day mark.

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President Donald J. Trump spoke to three astronauts from the Oval Office of the White House.

President Trump spoke with three brave American astronauts. Two of them joined him live from orbit around the International Space Station. One of these incredible astronauts, Commander Peggy Whitson, was congratulated by President Trump for breaking the record of most total time spent in space: 534 days and counting! The president stated that “He has created a very exciting time for the nation, in terms of his domestic and foreign policies as well as space exploration – and there is a great excitement and enthusiasm for the future of the United States.”

The president biggest success was the selection and confirmation of conservative Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, something not done in a 100 day timeframe by previous presidents since 1881. Since Justice Gorsuch is only 49 years old and has a lifetime appointment, his decisions on the Supreme Court will have an impact over many years.

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President Donald J. Trump spoke at Rotunda in the nation’s Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

The president ordered a devastating 59 Tomahawk cruise missile attack from two American destroyers to a Syrian airfield after dictator Bashar Assad used chemical weapons that killed many civilians, including children. He ordered the military to drop the most powerful non-nuclear bomb on Islamic State terrorists in Afghanistan. President Trump has put the world on notice that America is no longer a superpower in complete retreat as it was under Barack Obama.

President Trump told the president of China during his recent visit to his home in Mar-a-Lago that if North Korea continued its development of long-range missiles and nuclear weapons that threaten the security of America, he will use force unilaterally if necessary. He asked China to work with its ally North Korea to stop its nuclear program. The president sent an aircraft carrier and support ships and submarines to the area and started naval maneuvers with South Korea and Japan. Against the wishes of China, President Trump installed state-of-the-art antiballistic missiles in South Korea.

Anita Kumar wrote an article titled “Trump’s major accomplishment: he is still controlling conversation” which was published in the Miami Herald on April 29, 2017. The reporter explained that Scott Jennings, political director for former President George W. Bush, gave Trump a grade of ”A” in large part for “restoring American leadership on the world stage.” Jennings stated the following: “I think he has changed government more than a lot of people know. A lot of very consequential things get virtually no attention.”

Kumar said that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus stated to reporters this week, referring to Donald Trump successful first 100 days, the following: “He’s accomplished so many of his goals. I know they are our narratives out there that say otherwise. But we look at it and see a president working at breakneck speed, somebody was going as fast as he can within the confines of the law running through that punch list of promises that he made during the campaign.”

Of course, President Trump has not been able to accomplish in the first 100 days many of the things that he wrote in his “Contract with the American voter” due to the enormous opposition from Democrats in Congress as well as those engaged in the Civil War against his presidency. Nevertheless, during his first 100 days in office, President Trump has shown a clear vision, resolute leadership, and an uncompromising dedication to the American people, just as he promised throughout his campaign.

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Cake with the image of the president baked to celebrate his first 100 days in office.

The celebration of President Trump first 100 days in Miami, Florida

On April 29, 2017, several organizations and Trump supporters gathered at Miami’s Tropical Park on Bird Road to celebrate President Donald J. Trump 100 day mark in the White House. A cake was prepared with the president image (see above) saying: This is my President Trump!

This writer, who was the Office Manager of the West Dade Trump Victory Office, participated in the event with some of his volunteers. The members of Cubans for Trump, Miami Tea Party, Cuban Patriotic Council, and other groups brought many flags and the participants heard patriotic music as they waved signs to motorists who frequently blew horns in support of the president.

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From left to right, Fermín Vazquez, former Mayor of Hialeah and former Miami-Dade County Trump Campaign Chair, Julio Martinez; Frank de Varona, former Office Manager West Dade Trump Victory Office; Mildred Yapor, and Lorenzo Palomares, who worked diligently on the Trump presidential campaign. Palomares is currently running for District 40 state senator.

President Donald J. Trump held a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on his 100th day in office

Donald Trump speaks at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

On April 29, 2017, on the 100th day of his presidency, Donald Trump spoke for 58 minute at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

On April 29, 2017, Sally Persons wrote an article titled “Trump in Harrisburg to Mark his 100th day in office, takes dig at the boring WHCD” which was published in the Washington Times. Persons wrote that President Trump spoke to an enthusiastic crowd that broke out with chants of “USA,” “build the wall,” and even “lock her up” when he asked if anyone in the room remembered his opponent’s name.

The reporter said that President Trump did not attend the annual White House Correspondents Dinner, calling it “boring,” and held a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to celebrate his 100th day in office. The president said he was happy not to be at the dinner and instead be with his supporters. “There is now a big gathering taking place in Washington, D.C. A large group of Hollywood actors and the Washington media are consoling each other in a smart ballroom in our nation’s capital right now. I could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from the Washington swamp, spending my evening with all of you, and with a much much larger crowd and much better people,” he said.

President Trump criticized the media and stated the following: “Media outlets like CNN and MSNBC are fake news, and they’re sitting, and they’re wishing, they’re watching, they’re watching, and they would love to be with us tonight. But they’re trapped at the dinner, which will be very, very boring. If the media’s job is to be honest and tell the truth, then I think we would all agree that the media deserves a very very big fat failing grade. The Washington media is part of the problem. Their priorities are not my priorities, and their priorities are not your priorities.”

In addition to his media criticisms, Sally Persons explained that President Trump took the opportunity to discuss the accomplishments of his first 100 days at the White House., including the appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, decreasing the numbers of illegal immigrants crossing the southern, rebuilding the military, and developing an economic plan “even bigger than that of Ronald Reagan.” President Trump repeated his campaign promise of building the border wall, criticizing Democrats and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer for their lack of support.

The president stated the following: “We need safety, we need cameras, we need all of the things that we’re going to be putting in, and we need the wall, and we will build the wall as sure as you are standing there tonight. We’ll build the wall folks. Go home, go to sleep, rest assured. If the Democrats knew what the hell they were doing, they’d approve it so easy. Senator Schumer is weak on crime and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. He’s a poor leader. I’ve known him a long time, and he’s leading the Democrats to doom.”

Regarding the Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare, the president said it would be repealed and replaced as he has promised. President Trump said he would make a decision on whether to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement sometime in the next two weeks.

Addressing the issue of creating employment, President Trump accused previous administrations of allowing jobs to leave the country. He said the following: “Our factories were shuttered, our steel mills were closed down and our jobs were shipped away to other countries, some of which you have never heard of. Our jobs will come back home and our factories will come roaring back to life. It is going to be beautiful.” The president promised to renegotiate the NAFTA agreement with Canada and Mexico. “We have been on the wrong side of the NAFTA deal for many, many years. If we can’t get a fair deal for our companies and our workers, we will terminate NAFTA,” he said.

Conclusion

During the first 100 days, President Donald J. Trump has done more to improve the economy, create new jobs, deal with illegal immigration, deport criminal illegal aliens, persuade industries and factories to remain in the nation, and protect the security of America than most other presidents in history. By concentrating on rebuilding the military, ending illegal immigration, and restoring confidence in our economy, President Trump is keeping his promises to the American people.

Obviously, the success of his presidency cannot be assessed just looking at his first 100 days. President Trump needs to repeal and replace ObamaCare and cut taxes as he has promised. These two major bills are very difficult to enact into laws. President Trump and Republicans in Congress need to be successful by the end of the year. Additionally, President Trump needs to keep the majority of the promises that he made to the American people, including reversing the shameful unilateral concessions made by Barack Obama to the bloody regime in communist Cuba in return for nothing, except more repression.

President Trump needs to fill quickly all the presidential appointments that are still vacant. The president has too many Obama’s and Clinton’s appointees in the State Department, the 17 intelligence agencies, and other federal agencies who are not loyal to him. These individuals, who are part of the so-called Deep State, are trying to undermine his administration.

President Trump should also ask the Justice Department to investigate the many rich individuals, including George Soros, who are paying criminals to commit acts of violence. Many suspect that former president Barack Obama is the leader of the Civil War against President Donald Trump. It is unprecedented to have a former president trying to undermine or destroy the presidency of his successor in office. America has never had in its entire history a president and an anti-President.

President Trump should also ask the Justice Department to investigate the many crimes committed by Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as former President Barack Obama. The United States should not be a “Banana Republic” where high officials commit crimes with complete immunity.

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