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Byron York: Trump's 100 days: An executive success

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Of course Donald Trump over-promised for his first 100 days. What presidential candidate hasn't?
During last year's campaign, Trump spoke frequently of all the things he would do almost immediately upon entering the Oval Office. He'd repeal Obamacare, reform the tax code, destroy ISIS, build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, fix the nation's roads and bridges, take care of veterans, deport criminal illegal immigrants, and much, much more.

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How would you judge Trump's 1st 100 Days?
Excellent -- he has kept his campaign promises and will keep working toward them.
Good -- he hasn't done as much as I'd hoped, but he's still made good progress.
So-so -- he has walked back on some things, but on other things he's done fairly well.
Poor -- he's flip flopped too much and caved to globalists in the White House.
Terrible -- I wouldn't vote for him again.
The first 100 days don't really matter.

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