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So far, the President’s first one hundred days have been defined by broken and unfulfilled promises to America’s working class. There are many promises, made promises, broken.” Trump’s approval rating stands at 42 percent, the lowest recorded at this stage of a presidency dating to Dwight D. In a Washington Post-ABC News poll released Sunday, Trump’s 53 percent disapproval rating is 14 percentage points higher than Bill Clinton’s 39 percent disapproval in April 1993, the worst before Trump.The President has yet to follow through on promises he made to improve the lives of millions of workers in everything from health care to trade, and from infrastructure to outsourcing.” Pelosi got to work Sunday, telling NBC’s “Meet the Press” that as a candidate, Trump “promised jobs. As President Trump nears his 100th day in office, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll found that a historically low 42 percent of Americans approve of his job performance thus far.George Bush didn’t get any major legislation until June; Clinton, August 10th.” Priebus also noted that “every employee of the West Wing signed an ethics pledge that said you’re not going to lobby for five years after you leave this place, and you’re never going to lobby for a foreign country.” Although Trump is suffering from poor polling numbers, Democrats aren’t faring much better.
We’ve rated as Compromise a similar promise to ban White House and Congressional leaders from lobbying government for five years.
The offensive begins Monday with a conference call hosted by Schumer, Pelosi and Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and will continue with other events hosted by lawmakers throughout the week.
Schumer noted in a statement that Democrats have vowed to hold Trump accountable, “and as we approach this benchmark, we intend to do just that.
Trump also moved on his pledge to sign a requirement that for every new regulation, two be eliminated, claiming that many regulations are wasteful and hinder businesses’ growth.
On the economic front, Trump directed the United States’ withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and successfully intervened to keep a Carrier furnace-manufacturing plant in Indiana rather than it relocating to Mexico (though jobs saved were fewer than what Trump claimed).
We have recently learned that President Trump is issuing waivers to his so-called lobbying ban in secret, and the Trump administration just announced it will not release the White House visitors’ logs.