Trump changes tune about importance of his first 100 days

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His regime has also been marked by controversy over USA intervention in Syria, and widespread dismay at his choice of the conservative Jeff Sessions as attorney general.

Mr. Trump called the idea of the first 100 days "ridiculous", but then emphasized that he has accomplished "a lot" during this period so far.

President Trump took to Twitter on Friday morning to rip the "ridiculous standard" of the first 100 days in office, writing, "media will kill" despite his accomplishments. That's led to a lot of internal frustration and tension at the White House, as he demands his staff get something - anything - done before next Saturday.

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Meanwhile, earlier this week, Mr Trump seized on a poll by Rasmussen Reports - a poll whose methodology was questioned by others - which suggested his approval rating stood as high as 49 per cent.

Two controversial executive orders barring citizens of certain Muslim-majority countries and refugees from entering the USA, for example, were blocked by federal judges amid concerns that the orders amounted to a ban on a religious group.

The first 100 days of a new administration are generally understood to be among the busiest, when a freshly-sworn-in president can begin making good on promises he made during the preceding campaign.

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President Donald Trump is complaining that a deadline he set for himself for various policy plans is unfair.

As Trump's first 100 days wind down, he's presumably countering the dozens of stories that will be written to analyze his progress.

But his ban on travel from Muslim-majority countries is caught in legal limbo and legislative attempts to repeal Obama's Affordable Care Act or initiate tax reform have floundered.

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