Titled "First 100 Days, ' the highlights Trump's initial achievements in office and blasts 'fake news" for downplaying them.
Regulations that kill American jobs eliminated. In a statement, CNN said they refused to play the spot because the ad itself was "fake news". In a second statement, the executive director said, "CNN epitomizes the meaning of fake news and has proven it by rejecting our paid campaign ad".
The new Republican president repeated the accusations during a rally celebrating his 100th day, lashing out at critics and an "incompetent, dishonest" media for giving his tenure poor marks. But then again, he'll probably get upset that it's nowhere near as popular as a tweet about trying to get free nuggets for a year that has more than 3.3 million retweets and 868,000 likes. "President Trump promised to make America great again, and he is fulfilling his promise to you".
Trump said, "The world is getting the message: if you try to illegally enter the United States, you will be caught, detained, deported or put in prison".
President Trump has lifted the roadblocks on the Keystone pipeline and other infrastructure projects, bringing the promise of new jobs to stimulate the economy. The list includes improving his golf skills, increasing his Twitter following and making it legal to shoot hibernating bears, to which Trump exclaims, "My boys will love that".
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"You wouldn't know it from watching the news, ' a moderator scolds - as huge red letters screaming 'Fake News" cover the faces of TV personalities.
He spoke of his plans to reform USA taxes and swore that health care legislation brought in by Obama that gives greater medical access to Americans was "dying" and would be repealed-despite a signal failure by Republicans in Congress to do so in March. "Governing, so far, has turned out to be more than Mr. Trump can manage", the paper wrote.
President Donald Trump marked his 100th day in office Saturday by traveling to Harrisburg to rally with his core supporters in lieu of attending the White House Correspondent's dinner. He says that in contrast, his administration has been delivering for the American people every day.
Trump said in that same Reuters interview that he's been surprised by how hard a job the presidency of the United States has turned out to be.
His bare-bones tax plan, hastily unveiled this week in the hope of burnishing his first 100 days with a success story, has been savaged as a multi-billion-dollar giveaway to the wealthy that will send the national debt soaring.