Published: Sun, April 30, 2017
National | By Rosalie Gross

The Simpsons celebrate first 100 days of Donald Trump

The Simpsons celebrate first 100 days of Donald Trump

"The Simpsons", which has won 32 Emmy awards and even an episode in 2000 predicted that Trump would be elected to the presidency, arrives at the end of its 28th season.

Trump was scheduled to visit the AMES Companies in Pennsylvania's Cumberland County, which has manufactured shovels since 1774.

Trump will be talking to "voters about what he's been able to do and how much more there is to do, and how committed he is to seeing the next 100 days and the 100 days after that produce real results for Americans".

President Donald Trump will use his 100th day in office to make a return to the campaign trail, holding an evening rally in the Pennsylvania state capital of Harrisburg, taking his message of change back to the familiar crowds of the 2016 race for the White House. The 100 day measurement has been used for every president since. The clips are primarily Fox News, but also pulled from CNN and MSNBC, interspersed with what appears to be official White House video to paint Trump in the most flattering of terms.

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He's said health care is complicated and China can be a useful ally.

"I truly believe that the first 100 days of my administration have been just about the most successful in our country's history", Trump said in his weekly radio and web address to the nation yesterday.

In his weekly address, the president went on to say that "in just 14 weeks, my administration has brought profound change to Washington, the most fundamental change can be found in the relationship between the people and their government". Polls show that Americans feel slightly better about his job performance on that subject than his job performance overall. "That is why I withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership". He added, "Together we are seeing that great achievements are possible when we put the American people first". "It put the countries of this world on notice that the sellout of the American worker was over", he said.

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