There is no shortage of opinion when it comes to the presidency of Donald Trump, and those feelings have been emblazoned on signs, banners and other displays at rallies in the U.S. and abroad during his first 100 days in office.
After winning the election, Donald Trump said he wasn't sure how much he'd use Twitter as president. “I’m going to be very restrained, if I use it at all,” he said on “60 Minutes.” As he approaches his first 100, that vow appears to have fallen short.
At right is Pete Saenz, mayor of Laredo. LAREDO, Texas — Donald Trump’s Boeing 757 had landed a few minutes earlier on a remote runway of the local airport here in this dusty border town, and as his guests boarded the aircraft to meet him, they found the New York billionaire in the plane’s gold-accented cabin watching coverage of his arrival on television, which was already steeped in drama. It was July 2015, a little over a month after Trump had officially launched his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
The White House has assured Democrats it will continue to fund a key portion of Obamacare, clearing the way for negotiations on a series of spending bills to avoid a government shutdown, according to two sources familiar with the decision. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., had demanded that Congress continue paying for the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies — which lower health care costs for 7 million people — as part of the emerging spending bill.