As we have all come to learn with this Milli Vanilli-ass administration, nothing they say means anything. Nothing. While campaigning for president, Twitter Fingers loved to talk about what he’d accomplish in the first 100 days if elected president. Now that he is president and has done nothing of note, except moonwalk back on all his statements made as a candidate, the president has taken to Twitter to pre-emptively backtrack any 100-day assessment.
What has he accomplished? No, really, besides bringing in the three-wheel-tricycle of racism—Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent—to the White House, boosting membership fees at Mar-a-Lago to $200,000 and being an incompetent ass hat, what has he done?
Remember when he swore that he would repeal and replace Obamacare in his first few months in office? The plan that the Republicans produced under President TrumPutin’s watch was so bad, even Republicans couldn’t get behind it, and in the end, it never even made it to the House floor.
Here’s what the president has done in the first 100 days: He’s had all the HBCU presidents to the White House, only for him to pull a bait and switch. He’s signed a massive number of executive orders that favor the 1 percent. He’s bombed Syria and Afghanistan and has us on the brink of a nuclear disaster with North Korea. He’s insulted German Chancellor Angela Merkel by handing her a bill during her White House visit and refusing to shake her hand. He’s employed everyone in his family and spent almost half his presidency vacationing at nasty Mar-a-Lago.
But TrumPutin’s right; what do the first 100 days in office mean, anyway, when we have four years of this bullshit?