New legislation is a crucial part of any president’s first 100 days. It’s not been easy for Donald Trump.
A divided Republican party is trying to recover from a failed healthcare bill; Democrats have delayed a vote on Trump’s Supreme Court Justice nominee and leaders are vowing to block a $12 billion request to fund a Mexican border wall.
The administration is now turning its attention to the energy sector and providing middle class tax relief. Trump’s popularity is taking a hit, and the question is “Can any legislation be passed to salvage the president’s image during the crucial first 100 days?”