Trump Panics: Judging My First 100 Days In Office Is A ‘Ridiculous Standard’

Alleged president Donald Trump doesn’t want to be judged by his first 100 days in office even though it became a tradition after Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first few months after taking the oath. But really, we can’t blame the former reality show star for wanting to forgo the tradition considering how horrifying Trump’s nearly 100 days in office has been. As for his accomplishments, we’re not seeing any. And in comparison to former President Barack Obama, Trump looks like an amateur.

Early this morning Trump tweeted, “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!”

We’re not sure what Trump did in South Carolina. Perhaps he’s referring to Georgia where Democrat Jon Ossoff outperformed every Republican candidate in the deep red district but he just didn’t pay the 50 percent mark to avoid a runoff. Or maybe Trump is talking about Neil Gorsuch. It’s hard to tell.

Trump’s 100th day may begin with a government shutdown if Congress fails to approve a new spending deal.

Obama passed 11 laws during his first 100 days in office. So far, Trump has focused on reversing vital things that his predecessor has done for this country, including Internet privacy and health care, among others. The bigot-in-chief failed twice to pass a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. Trump is inundated with scandals, including his administration’s possible collusion with a hostile foreign government to interfere in our election process.

The Internet reacted to Trump’s tweet:

Instead of working, Trump has been golfing and taking weekend vacays.

Unless Trump considers his playdate with Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin on Thursday an ‘accomplishment,’ then he’s done nothing to move our country forward. Or embarrassing us in front of the world by disparaging our allies. That, too, is not an ‘accomplishment.’ Words mean things.

But the fact Trump hasn’t blown anything up today is sort of an accomplishment for an angry 70-year-old Twitter addict.

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