Trump says first 100 days have been exciting & productive

President Trump has been candid about the public education he's received in the ways of Washington and the world over his first 100 days.

Trump has continued to hold campaign-style rallies in swing states - he counter-programmed the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday by holding a rally in Pennsylvania. "In just 14 weeks, my administration has brought profound change to Washington".

"By comparison, President Barack Obama's first official ad for his 2012 reelection was released on November 28, 2011 - approximately 2.5 years later in the cycle", Ostermeier added.

The 30-second video, titled "First 100 Days", notes the president's "clear vision, resolute leadership, and an uncompromising dedication to the American people, just as he promised throughout his campaign", according to a statement by the organization.

"The first 100 days of my administration has been just about the most successful in our country's history", the real estate billionaire said in his weekly address on Friday, despite having called the 100-day milestone arbitrary, "a false standard".

In a nod to Justice Gorsuch, Trump says, "A truly great judge, Neil Gorsuch, now sits on the United States Supreme Court".

"Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated", he said during his efforts to have Obamacare - his Democratic predecessor's signature domestic policy achievement - repealed and replaced.

"We're getting a lot of things done".

What do you think of Trump's first 100 days in office?

LaValle says no one should expect President Trump to sit still.

Questions are swirling about his morale and sense of political goal following an interview with Reuters which raised questions about whether he actually wants to be president after his shocking election win.

"I love my previous life".

"I said it was obsolete".

"This is more work than in my previous life".

It's not unusual at all for a new president to be bewildered by the demands of the job, or to pine for the anonymity and freedom of civilian life.

Along with talk of protecting the country's right to bear arms, President Trump claimed a 73 per cent decrease in illegal immigration on the southern border of the continent since he took command of the Oval Office.

Trump made his remarks during an interview that airs Monday on "CBS This Morning".

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