President Trump's First 100 Days
Saturday April 29 marks the first 100 days of President Trump's first term in office. While much of the so-called mainstream media is minimizing the President's successes, the actual accomplishments tell a different story.
What the President has done is impressive. The nomination and Senate approval of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, the repeal of Obama job-destroying regulations that were hamstringing the economy, immigration enforcement that has already driven down the number of illegal immigrants entering the country, rebuilding the U.S. military, and more.
Gone are the days of unconstitutional overreach and overregulation that marked the Obama Administration.
Gone are the days of making apology tours for the United Sates rather than standing up for American interests.
Gone are the days of putting American jobs at risk to placate the desire of leftist special interests.
Below is a list of just some of the accomplishments of President Trump as provided by the White House.
By the Numbers
- Enacted more legislation and signed more executive orders in the First 100 days than any President in a half century
- Enacted 28 pieces of legislation, more than any other President since Truman
- Signed 25 executive orders, the most of any 100 days in over 50 years (will be over 30 by day 100)
- Achieved first Supreme Court confirmation in 100 days since 1881
- Instituted tough immigration policies that have driven illegal border crossings to a 17-year low
- Removed more job-killing regulations through legislation than any President in U.S. history
- Estimated savings: $18 billion annually
- Economic optimism has been renewed, with consumer confidence reaching its highest level in 16 years
- Ordered the toughest new rules to stop the revolving door between Washington lobbyists and government officials in history
Conservatives Victorious on Election Day 2016
November 8th didn't turn out like the media, pollsters, the liberals, and all the other Democrat special interest elites wanted. No Hillary Clinton as President, no Chuck Schumer as Senate Majority Leader, and no Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House: those are all results for which we can be thankful.
Conservative Victory Fund helped in a number of important Senate races including the come from behind Senator Ron Johnson victory in Wisconsin, Marco Rubio in Florida, Patrick Toomey in Pennsylvania, and the upset in Indiana where Congressman Todd Young beat Democrat Evan Bayh. CVF also helped in victorious Senate races in Utah, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Missouri -- to mention a few more.
CVF helped elect Senator Ron Johnson, Senator Patrick Toomey, and Senator Marco Rubio.
CVF helped elect or reelect conservatives in House races across the country including California, New York, Texas, Arizona, Indiana, Iowa, Colorado, North Carolina, Maryland, and West Virginia, and more.
Conservative Victory Fund helped in the Louisiana runoff December 10 --electing a conservative U.S. Senator and two additional conservative U.S. Representatives.
And 2018 Can Lead To More Conservative Senate Victories
The liberals are already starting to organize for 2018. Conservatives have some great opportunities to elect more conservatives to the Senate. The liberal Democrats will be defending 25 seats including a large number in states that President-elect Trump carried like Florida, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Ohio.
2016 Elections: U.S. Senate -- CVF Supported Conservatives Win
Florida: Senator Marco Rubio
Idaho: Senator Mike Crapo
Indiana: Senator Todd Young
Kentucky: Senator Rand Paul
Louisiana: Senator John Kennedy
Missouri: Senator Roy Blunt
Oklahoma: Senator James Lankford
Pennsylvania: Senator Pat Toomey
South Carolina: Senator Tim Scott
South Dakota: Senator John Thune
Utah: Senator Mike Lee
Wisconsin: Senator Ron Johnson
CVF Conservative of the Day
Dana Rohrabacher (CA)
Dana Rohrabacher became a conservative activist in high school.
He helped Ronald Reagan be elected Governor of California. After
graduating from college, Dana became a journalist and then was one
of the young speechwriters for President Ronald Reagan. He returned
to his native California and ran for Congress. Conservative Victory
Fund endorsed him in the primary and has worked with him ever
Congressman Rohrabacher is a low-tax, strong national defense, small government conservative. You might have seen him in the news defending American intelligence agencies from the Obama administration and its liberal left-wing allies. When questioning Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the release of additional intelligence memos that show what our brave men and women learned from captured terrorists, Ms. Clinton took the opportunity to slam former VP Dick Cheney, who had originally called for the release of said documents. But Congressman Rohrabacher held the line, saying, "…I didn't ask you what your opinion is of Dick Cheney and if you want to maintain your credibility with us, what is your opinion on the release of those documents?" And the Congressman has also led the attack on the issue of transferring US missile technology to China, saying that it betrays our national security.
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