Trump is pretty low on goals for his 100th day in office

Trump with his twin sons in 2016. Trump commemorated his 100th day in office with a tweet Saturday morning, declaring himself a “totally unimpressed President.” On Twitter, Trump teased his next 100 days in…

Trump is pretty low on goals for his 100th day in office

Trump with his twin sons in 2016.

Trump commemorated his 100th day in office with a tweet Saturday morning, declaring himself a “totally unimpressed President.” On Twitter, Trump teased his next 100 days in office with a display of hand-drawn cards, including one that portrays him as a “hating adversary” with the caption, “Stay tuned.”

In the cards, Trump is depicted saying words of opposition to former President Barack Obama, including: “You have promised the American people that you will not change the healthcare system. You are LYING! I will lower the cost of healthcare, eliminate waste, fraud and abuse, lower taxes! Give my FLYING, BUT HONEST and FAIR American PEOPLE great healthcare!”

Trump tweeted: “Now look at this, a double A, as in a 100% Job Rating! I’m a very proud President. But the Fake News Media will NEVER tell you how hard I work. And, for what reason? I want ALL Americans to Succeed! As usual, Media is working overtime on my 100th day. They never covered my plans or accomplishments with any sort of fairness or accuracy. I think they feel they have me cornered, hence the negative & often discredited reporting!”

Papadopoulos apologizes: The former campaign adviser who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian intermediaries apologized to House Republicans last week and told them he is doing the best he can for his family, including working full-time, after he was released from a yearlong prison sentence.

“But, I am very proud of this result. The desire to help America is why I even accepted a plea agreement. My desire to be a public servant drove me to voluntarily talk to the DOJ.” Papadopoulos, who last month was released from a yearlong sentence, wrote in an eight-page letter released by the House Intelligence Committee Friday. He agreed to testify before the committee behind closed doors this month.

Papadopoulos used the letter to provide lawmakers with notes taken by his notes to his attorney. Papadopoulos wrote that he’s able to maintain ties with the members of the campaign staff he worked with.

He also wrote: “My family and my fiancée are clearly the most important part of my life now and I cannot tell you enough how very much I appreciate them and how much I love them.”

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