Trump’s First 100 Days

The biggest accomplishments by the Trump Administration during its first 100 days:

Attracted the largest Inauguration crowd in nearly four years. Period.

Repealed and replaced its National Security Advisor.

Raised the President’s approval rating by 20 points. (Oh wait. That’s President Obama.)

Significantly reduced the jobless rate with the all the jobs given to Trump family members.

Slowed illegal immigration by making U.S. less appealing to immigrants.

Enjoyed first military victory by toppling leader of “The New Celebrity Apprentice.”

Secured the border around Mar-a-Lago and made America pay for it.

Misplaced only one armada.

Hosted several of Tom Brady’s teammates at the White House.

Made “Saturday Night Live” great again.


Written by Les East

Les East

Les East is a nationally renown freelance journalist. He was recently named top sports columnist in the United States by the Society of Professional Journalists and Louisiana Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. When he’s not writing about sports — and sometimes when he is — he likes to provide snarky commentary on current events. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter — @Les_East