Trump Needs Psychiatric Help After What He Said About His First 100 Days
Donald Trump gave his weekly address this Friday, but this time he spoke about his first 100 days in office.
“My fellow Americans, I truly believe that the first 100 days of my administration has been just about the most successful in our country’s history … our country is going up and its going up fast,” Trump said.
Trump pointed out his effort to strengthen the U.S. economy by bringing back jobs and cutting back on federal regulations.
“Since my inauguration, economic confidence has soared, reaching higher than any time in 9 years. Optimism among manufacturers is at a record high. And small business confidence has seen its largest increase in nearly 4 decades.”
Trump also talked about his Supreme Court Justice pick Neil Gorsuch, stating that the last time a judge was successfully confirmed to the high court in the first 100 days of the administration was 136 years ago.
“A truly great judge, Neil Gorsuch, now sits on the United States Supreme Court. Justice Gorsuch is deeply devoted to our Constitution. My administration is the first in modern political era to confirm a new Supreme Court justice in the first 100 days. The last time it happened was 136 years ago in 1881,” he said.
“This has been the work of my administration — fighting for the American worker, defending the rule of law, and returning the power to the American people.”