Like the laggard who won’t be able to get his term paper in on time, President Trump is asking the American people for extra time to complete his promised “100 Day Plan.”
Less than three weeks before the presidential election, candidate Donald Trump made a pact with the American voter, laying out his priorities for his first 100 days in office.
“On Nov. 8th, Americans will be voting for this 100-day plan to restore prosperity to our country, secure our communities and honesty to our government. This is my pledge to you,” Trump vowed in Gettysburg. Pennsylvania.
A rather ambitious plan for the reality TV star and self-described billionaire, don’t you think?
But as his 100th day in office is fast closing in, Trump must be wondering where did the time go? His one and only attempt to live up to a campaign promise … to repeal and replace Obamacare … ended in humiliating failure.
Some pundits are wondering how much more our goof-off president could have accomplished if he had spent more time working in the Oval Office and less time working on his golf game.
Since taking office on Jan. 20, 2017, Trump has reportedly been on the grounds of his golf courses 19 times since becoming President (as of April 16). According to Politifact, compared to Obama’s similar time in office, the scorecard reads Trump 14, Obama 0.
As the new president has come to realize (“it’s not so easy”), running a country is much harder than hosting a TV show.
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