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    President Trump’s 100 Days of Historic Accomplishments

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    President Trump’s 100 Days of Historic Accomplishments

    Post by Amulet1 on Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:03 pm

    President Trump’s 100 Days of Historic Accomplishments
    Issued on: April 25, 2017
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    GETTING GOVERNMENT OUT OF THE WAY: President Donald J. Trump has done more to stop the Government from interfering in the lives of Americans in his first 100 days than any other President in history.

    President Trump has signed 13 Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolutions in his first 100 days, more than any other President. These resolutions nullified unnecessary regulations and block agencies from reissuing them.
    Since CRA resolutions were introduced under President Clinton, they’ve been used only once, under President George W. Bush.
    The Wall Street Journal editorial: “So far the Trump Administration is a welcome improvement, rolling back more regulations than any President in history.”
    TAKING EXECUTIVE ACTION: In office, President Trump has accomplished more in his first 100 days than any other President since Franklin Roosevelt.

    President Trump will have signed 30 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Obama signed 19 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President George W. Bush signed 11 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Clinton signed 13 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President George H.W. Bush signed 11 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Reagan signed 18 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Carter signed 16 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Nixon signed 15 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Johnson signed 26 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Kennedy signed 23 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Eisenhower signed 20 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Truman signed 25 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed 9 executive orders during his first 100 days.
    A SLEW OF LEGISLATION SIGNED: Despite historic Democrat obstructionism, President Trump has worked with Congress to pass more legislation in his first 100 days than any President since Truman.

    President Trump has worked with Congress to enact 28 laws during the first 100 days of his Administration.
    President Obama enacted 11 laws during his first 100 days.
    President George W. Bush enacted 7 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Clinton enacted 24 laws during his first 100 days.
    President George H.W. Bush enacted 18 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Reagan enacted 9 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Carter enacted 22 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Nixon enacted 9 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Johnson enacted 10 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Kennedy enacted 26 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Eisenhower enacted 22 laws during his first 100 days.
    President Truman enacted 55 bills laws during his first 100 days.
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