It's been 100 days with our new President Donald Trump, and unfortunately, compiling a list of bizarre,confusing, and interesting moments could go on forever. Networks everywhere reported on Trump's first 100 days, some comparing them to former President Obama's first 100 days while others set out to find things that happened that Americans may have missed.
TooFab has rounded up 7 of the most interesting (and questionable) things we experience in 100 days of Donald Trump.
1. Trump Thought Being President Would be Easier
Probably the biggest takeaway from Trump's 100 days, The president told Reuters he thought his new job would be easier.
"I love my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life," Trump said. "I thought it would be easier. I thought it was more of a . . . I'm a details-oriented person. I think you'd say that, but I do miss my old life. I like to work so that's not a problem but this is actually more work."
2. After Tirelessly Fighting to Repeal Obamacare, Trump Loses.
House Speaker Paul Ryan joined Trump in a strong campaign to repeal Obamacare. Facing defeat, the duo cancelled the planned vote after it was reported that they would have no chance in passing their new bill. Soon after they cancelled, no real talk of health care was brought up again.
In perhaps the most radical move by the Trump administration, on February 3rd the President implemented a travel ban that causes hundreds of legal immigrants and even citizen to be stuck at airports around the nation. After an outpour of protests and legal action was taken by the ACLU, Trump's "travel ban" was quickly thrown out. A republican-appointed judge in Seattle issued a nationwide halt on Trump's travel ban that ceases all action taken against travelers.
4. The Bowling Green Massacre
Though we're not totally sure where Kellyanne Conway is now, she definitely left an impression on American when she made it a point to call on the "bowling green massacre" - a terrorist attack that never actually happened.
Conway went under fire for comments she made during a Feb. 2 interview with MSNBC's Chris Matthews. During the interview, Kelly referred to the "Bowling Green Massacre" to back her statement about the validity of an immigration ban.
"I bet it's brand new information to people that President Obama had a six-month ban on the Iraqi refugee program after two Iraqis came here to this country were radicalized and they were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green massacre," Conway said. "Most people don't know that because it didn't get covered."
5. The Day He "Became President"
In his address to the joint session of Congress, Donald Trump was noted by CNN's Van Jones to have finally "become president." This remark came after Trump took time to honor Carryn Owen, widow of a Navy Special Operator who was killed while out on duty. For most people, Trump was simply exploiting the woman for the sake of seeming humane, and using her as a prop. The moment was called out by various news hosts, late night comedians and fellow politicians as a desperate attempt by Donald Trump.
Commander-in-Chief more like Tweeter-in-Chief! As many have pointed out, Donald Trump might be the most social media savvy President we've ever had. POTUS is known for his tweet sprees, never candid and often times hard to understand. Here are some of our personal favorites:
As families prepare for summer vacations in our National Parks - Democrats threaten to close them and shut down the government. Terrible!
One of Donald Trump's most important movements was labeling any and all networks, reporters, and journalists who either disagreed with him or showed facts he didn't like as "fake news." It seems as though the only network POTUS didn't call out as fake was Fox News, but everyone else is fair game. To this day, and surely through the next four years, there will likely be more news networks added to this list.
FAKE NEWS media, which makes up stories and "sources," is far more effective than the discredited Democrats - but they are fading fast!