Here’s A Cheat Sheet To The Moments That Mattered In Trump’s First 100 Days

100 days. Fourteen weeks. Countless facepalms.

Donald Trump, seen in reflection, poses for a portrait following an interview with the Associated Press at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Donald Trump, seen in reflection, poses for a portrait following an interview with the Associated Press at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

100 days. Fourteen weeks. Countless facepalms. I’ve written about every single day of Donald Trump’s presidency and let me tell you folks, it has been quite the ride, believe me.

A week after Donald Trump became President Trump, I started doing this thing where I tracked everything the Trump administration did. A relaxing activity, I know. As you can see by my profile photo, it did wonders for my hair regrowth.

What started as a Google doc tracking Trump’s flurry of executive orders, turned into an article that became a recurring column on Rantt called Unpresidented. It got its name from Trump’s now infamous Twitter typo that embodies the Trump presidency. It took his team 87 minutes to correct it.

An impulsive, frantically thrown together group of characters with virtually no oversight. Am I talking about this tweet or the Trump administration?

An impulsive, frantically thrown together group of characters with virtually no oversight. Am I talking about this tweet or the Trump administration?

As the weeks went by, I began to notice trends and recurring themes. Trump’s first 100 days have been a whirlwind of failed policy attempts and ethics violations, as we’ve watched the Trump-Russia investigation continue to hover over everything President Trump does. And on the other side, we’ve seen an American public that appears to be more engaged in our current political discourse than ever before. Rather than give you a list of 100 Trump lies or outline all the promises he hasn’t kept, I’m going to go through every important development that occurred during the Donald Trump presidency so far.

100 days is a lot to cover, so I’ll make this as simple as possible. I’m going to cover each day in bullet point format, very briefly touching on the stories that have shaped Trump’s presidency. The weeks will be organized in a Saturday — Friday format. If you want to dive into more detail, each week will end with a link to a full comprehensive breakdown of everything that happened. Below you will find every action, every reaction, and every story that has moved the Trump administration forward and backward.

Ok, let’s do this. Where do I even start. I guess, the beginning.

Donald Trump waits to step out onto the portico for his Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington — Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Donald Trump waits to step out onto the portico for his Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington — Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Week 1: The Beginning

Day 1–Friday, Jan 20

  • Trump sworn in as 45th POTUS
  • Trump gives dark inauguration speech depicting American carnage (“That was some weird shit.”— George W. Bush on the speech)

Day 2–Saturday, Jan 21

  • Millions demonstrate as the Women’s March takes the world by storm
  • Press Secretary Sean Spicer starts the Trump admin’s war on truth by lying about Trump’s inauguration crowd size
  • Trump brags about electoral win at the CIA’s memorial wall

Day 3–Sunday, Jan 22

  • Kellyanne Conway calls Spicer’s crowd size lie an “alternative fact”

Day 4–Monday, Jan 23

  • Trump signs executive actions withdrawing US from the TPP, orders a federal hiring freeze, and reinstates global gag rule
  • Trump tells (lies t0) Congress that 3–5 million people voted illegally
  • Trump’s staff begins heavily leaking info on the inner workings of his administration to the media

Day 5–Tuesday, Jan 24

  • Trump institutes a media blackout at the EPA
  • Trump signs executive memorandums expediting approval of the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines

Day 6— Wednesday, Jan 25

  • Trump signs executive order directing agencies to step up deportations of illegal immigrants
  • Trump admin mandates EPA scientific studies undergo review by political staff before public release

Day 7— Thursday, Jan 26

  • Trump admin begins to clean house at the State Department, leaving positions vacant
  • Chief Strategist Steve Bannon tells the media to “keep its mouth shut”

Day 8— Friday, Jan 27

  • Trump signs the first Muslim immigration ban (Muslim ban from here on out) executive order, causing chaos at airports around the world

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His First Week As POTUS

Week 2: The Rise Of Steve Bannon

President Donald Trump smiles after signing three executive actions in the Oval Office, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Donald Trump smiles after signing three executive actions in the Oval Office, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Day 9— Saturday, Jan 28

  • Trump reorganizes the National Security Council, putting Steve Bannon on its Principals committee
  • Brooklyn judge blocks part of Trump’s Muslim ban

Day 10— Sunday, Jan 29

  • Trump approved a Yemen raid that killed a SEAL Team 6 member and the 8 year old daughter of the former leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
  • Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly released a statement reversing the part of the Muslim ban executive order banning Green Card holders

Day 11 — Monday, Jan 30

  • Trump fires acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she refuses to enforce President Trump’s Muslim ban

Day 12— Tuesday, Jan 31

  • Trump nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Day 13 — Wednesday, Feb 1

  • Trump’s reckless phone calls with the leaders of Mexico and Australia were revealed
  • Rex Tillerson confirmed as Secretary of State

Day 14 — Thursday, Feb 2

  • The U.S. Treasury Department eases economic sanctions on Russia
  • Kellyanne Conway makes up a terrorist attack

Day 15 — Friday, Feb 3

  • Federal judge blocks Trump’s Muslim ban nationwide
  • Trump sanctions Iran for ballistic missile test

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Second Week As POTUS

Week 3: The Fall Of The Ban

President Donald Trump speaks to the Major County Sheriffs’ Association and Major Cities Chiefs Association, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump speaks to the Major County Sheriffs’ Association and Major Cities Chiefs Association, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 16 — Saturday, Feb 4

  • Trump spends his first weekend as POTUS at Mar-a-Lago, attacks judge for blocking his Muslim ban

Day 17 — Sunday, Feb 5

  • Appeals court rejects Trump’s request to restore the Muslim ban

Day 18 — Monday, Feb 6

  • Trump ratcheted up his war on the media, accusing them of covering up terrorist attacks

Day 19— Tuesday, Feb 7

  • Trump lies about knowing Putin and lies about the US murder rate
  • Betsy DeVos confirmed as Secretary of Education

Day 20— Wednesday, Feb 8

  • Trump attacks Nordstrom for dropping Ivanka’s products
  • Jeff Sessions confirmed as Attorney General

Day 21 — Thursday, Feb 9

  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejects Trump’s appeal to reinstate his Muslim ban
  • Gorsuch says he is “demoralized” and “disheartened” by Trump’s attacks on the judiciary
  • Ethics complaints filed against Kellyanne Conway for plugging Ivanka’s products on Fox News

Day 22 — Friday, Feb 10

  • Trump’s national security advisor Michael Flynn’s lies about talking sanctions with Russian Ambassador Kislyak become public

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Third Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 4: The Fall Of Michael Flynn

Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin, center right, with retired U.S. Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, center left. Michael Flynn was in attendance of the 10th anniversary of RT (the Russian government’s propaganda network). Flynn acknowledged that he was paid to attend the event. And yes, that is former Green Party candidate Jill Stein (Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, file)

Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin, center right, with retired U.S. Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, center left. Michael Flynn was in attendance of the 10th anniversary of RT (the Russian government’s propaganda network). Flynn acknowledged that he was paid to attend the event. And yes, that is former Green Party candidate Jill Stein (Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, file)

Day 23 — Saturday, Feb 11

  • Trump coordinated his response to a North Korean missile test in open view at an unsecured dinner table in Mar-a-Lago with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe
  • Trump admin begins large scale immigration raids

Day 24 — Sunday, Feb 12

  • Senior Policy Advisor Stephen Miller spreads Trump’s voter fraud conspiracy theory

Day 25 — Monday, Feb 13

  • Michael Flynn resigns as national security advisor after reports that he might be subject to blackmail by the Russians

Day 26 — Tuesday, Feb 14

  • Trump points to leaks rather than addressing Michael Flynn’s lies
  • CNN and NYT report that there were “constant communications” between Russian operatives and Trump’s campaign

Day 27— Wednesday, Feb 15

  • Trump goes on tweetstorm freaking out on the media about Russia

Day 28 — Thursday, Feb 16

  • Trump holds unhinged press conference
  • It’s revealed that Flynn lied to the FBI about call with Kislyak
  • Retired Vice Admiral Robert Harward rejected President Trump’s offer to serve as national security advisor, calling the offer a “shit sandwich”

Day 29 — Friday, Feb 17

  • Trump calls the media “the enemy of the American people”
  • Climate change denier and serial suer of the EPA Scott Pruitt was confirmed as the head of the EPA

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Fourth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 5: The Paranoia Sets In

President Donald Trump pauses while speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Oxon Hill, Md. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump pauses while speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Oxon Hill, Md. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 30— Saturday, Feb 18

  • After calling the media “fake news,” Trump makes up Sweden terrorist attack at a rally
  • Trump fires people who criticize him
  • Trump sends his first aircraft carrier into the South China Sea

Day 31— Sunday, Feb 19

  • A New York Times story reveals that a secret deal to lift sanctions on Russia was hand delivered to Michael Flynn

Day 32 — Monday, Feb 20

  • Trump names Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as national security adviser

Day 33 — Tuesday, Feb 21

  • Trump brags about election win at African American history museum and lamely denounces anti-semitism

Day 34 — Wednesday, Feb 22

  • Trump withdraws Obama-era rules protecting the rights of transgender students
  • Emails reveal EPA chief Scott Pruitt’s coordination with oil and gas companies to roll back environmental regulations

Day 35— Thursday, Feb 23

  • CNN reports that FBI rejected Trump admin requests to knock down Trump-Russia stories
  • State Department benched in its role of being the primary voice of US foreign policy

Day 36— Friday, Feb 24

  • Trump bashes the FBI and calls for leakers to be found
  • Trump delivers CPAC speech that echoed Bannon
  • Trump upped his war on the media, moving from rhetoric to action, as he banned some news orgs from attending a White House press briefing

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Fifth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 6: The Trump-Russia Investigation

Jeff Sessions wearing a MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN hat (Reuters)

Jeff Sessions wearing a MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN hat (Reuters)

Day 37 — Saturday, Feb 25

  • Spicer reportedly starts implementing random phone checks to crack down on staff leaks

Day 38— Sunday, Feb 26

  • Trump attacks the media, once again calling Russia stories FAKE NEWS and claiming they were started by Democrats

Day 39— Monday, Feb 27

  • Trump says “nobody knew health care could be so complicated”

Day 40— Tuesday, Feb 28

  • Trump gives his first speech to a joint session of Congress
  • Trump makes a bogus claim that Obama has been secretly organizing protests against him
  • Trump begins rolling back Obama-era climate protections

Day 41— Wednesday, March 1

  • House Intelligence Committee establishes their investigation into potential collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia
  • News breaks that Jeff Sessions spoke to Kislyak despite claiming under oath that he didn’t meet with any Russians
  • The New York Times reports that European allies confirmed meetings between Trump’s campaign team and Russian operatives

Day 42— Thursday, March 2

  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuses himself from the Trump-Russia investigation
  • The White House confirms that Jared Kushner and Michael Flynn met with Kislyak in December and USA Today reports that 2 other Trump officials met him too…Including Carter Page
  • Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, “accused FBI Director James Comey of withholding crucial information” on the Trump-Russia investigation
  • Trump calls the Trump-Russia investigation a witch hunt

Day 43— Friday, March 3

  • Trump freaks out on staff before heading to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Sixth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 7: The Evidence Mounts

President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with leaders from small community banks, Thursday, March 9, 2017, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with leaders from small community banks, Thursday, March 9, 2017, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 44— Saturday, March 4

  • With absolutely no evidence, Trump starts a lie that what would turn into his main alternative narrative to Trump-Russia: Obama wiretapped him

Day 45— Sunday, March 5

  • Spicer doubles down on the wiretapping lie as it’s revealed it was sourced from Breitbart

Day 46— Monday, March 6

  • Trump signs a revised Muslim ban executive order

Day 47 — Tuesday, March 7

  • House Republicans unveil their Obamacare replacement plan, the AHCA
  • WikiLeaks releases thousands of documents, in what appears to be the largest leak of C.I.A documents in history
  • A Politico report reveals that campaign manager Corey Lewandowski approved foreign policy adviser Carter Page’s now-infamous trip to Moscow last summer

Day 48— Wednesday, March 8

  • Report reveals Trump met Kislyak in April 2016
  • CIA and FBI cooperate in criminal probe against Wikileaks
  • China grants preliminary approval for 34 Trump-related trademarks, raising more conflicts of interest concerns

Day 49— Thursday, March 9

  • The FBI, along with computer scientists, continued to investigate whether there was a computer server connection between the Trump Organization and a Russian bank
  • With the GOP’s health care bill in critical condition, Trump begins to try and sway lawmakers

Day 50— Friday, March 10

  • Trump admin fires 46 remaining Obama-era attorneys, including Preet Bharara who refused to resign
  • Federal records reveal Michael Flynn attended secret intelligence briefings with Trump while he was being paid more than half a million dollars to lobby on behalf of the Turkish government
  • After already bragging about a back channel with Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange, former Trump advisor Roger Stone admits to speaking to the online persona for Russian intelligence Guccifer 2.0

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Seventh Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 8: The National Embarrassment

German Chancellor Angela Merkel listens as President Donald Trump speaks during their joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Friday, March 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

German Chancellor Angela Merkel listens as President Donald Trump speaks during their joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Friday, March 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 51 — Saturday, March 11

  • After refusing to resign, Preet Bharara is fired
  • It’s revealed that Bharara was about to open an investigation into Trump ethics violations that could be in violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution

Day 52 — Sunday, March 12

  • Senator John McCain and others call on Trump to back up his wiretapping lies or back off

Day 53— Monday, March 13

  • The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) releases their damning report on the AHCA — 24 million more people would lose health insurance by 2026
  • Trump admin continues to double down on wiretapping lie and Kellyanne Conway suggests Obama could’ve used other forms of surveillance like “microwaves that turn into cameras”

Day 54 — Tuesday, March 14

  • After the terrible CBO reports, moderate Republicans begin to drop support for the AHCA
  • Rachel Maddow reveals Trump’s 2005 tax return

Day 55 — Wednesday, March 15

  • A federal judge in Hawaii blocked Trump’s revised Muslim ban nationwide

Day 56 — Thursday, March 16

  • Report reveals that Michael Flynn collected nearly $68,000 in fees and expenses from Russia-related entities in 2015, including from the Russian propaganda network RT (Russia Today)
  • The Senate Intelligence Committee says there is no evidence for Trump’s Obama wiretapping lie…Spicer doubles down on it anyway and claims Obama used British intelligence agency (GCHQ) to surveil Trump
  • Trump unveiled his budget proposal

Day 57— Friday, March 17

  • Trump continued his wiretapping lie and made an embarrassing joke to German Chancellor Angela telling her — “at least we have something in common” referring to the Obama admin’s surveillance of Germany

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Eighth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 9: The Week Of Tremendous Defeats

President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Friday, March 24, 2017 (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Friday, March 24, 2017 (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 58 — Saturday, March 18

  • Secretary of State Rex Tillerson struck a hawkish tone during his visit to the Asia Pacific, ruling out negotiations with North Korea over their nuclear capabilities

Day 59— Sunday, March 19

  • Ahead of Monday’s Russia hearing, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) gave two distinctly different takes on the state of their Trump-Russia investigation

Day 60— Monday, March 20

  • At the House Intelligence Committee’s Trump-Russia hearing, FBI Director James Comey confirms what has long been suspected and reported: The FBI is indeed investigating Russia’s interference in our democracy, and their investigation includes looking into whether or not Trump’s campaign coordinated with Russian operatives
  • Comey also shuts down Trump’s wiretapping lie
  • Trey Gowdy begins the “unmasking” narrative that Devin Nunes picks up on later
  • Confirmation hearings for Neil Gorsuch begin

Day 61 — Tuesday, March 21

  • As the GOP struggled to get support from both moderate Republicans and members of the Freedom Caucus, Trump threatens GOP: Vote for AHCA or lose your seat
  • Ivanka Trump obtains a West Wing office, and acknowledges there is ‘no modern precedent’ for her role

Day 62— Wednesday, March 22

  • Nunes briefs Trump and holds a presser claiming that communications of Trump transition team, possibly including Trump himself, were “incidentally collected.” He did all this without notifying members of the committee
  • The AP reports that Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort had signed a $10 million annual contract with Russian oligarch, and close Putin ally, Oleg Deripaska. The deal reportedly lasted from 2006-2009. 2006 was the same year Paul Manafort moved into Trump Tower
  • Schiff states that he has now seen evidence that amounts to more than “circumstantial” incidents of Trump-Russia collusion

Day 63— Thursday, March 23

  • Lacking votes for the AHCA, GOP delays the scheduled vote until Friday
  • Schiff states that he’s seen Trump-Russia evidence that would merit a grand jury investigation

Day 64 — Friday, March 24

  • Speaker Paul Ryan ran to the White House right before the scheduled 3:30 pm vote to let President Trump know they did not have the votes. They then pulled the AHCA from the House floor
  • Nunes cancelled Tuesday Trump-Russia hearing
  • Civilian casualties in Syria and Iraq drastically increase during the Trump presidency

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Ninth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 10: The Request For Immunity

Wax model of President Donald Trump stands near a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin, displayed in the wax museum in Sofia, Bulgaria — Friday March 31, 2017 (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

Wax model of President Donald Trump stands near a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin, displayed in the wax museum in Sofia, Bulgaria — Friday March 31, 2017 (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

Day 65 — Saturday, March 25

  • Trump tweets that Obamacare will explode, blames the Freedom Caucus for it failing

Day 66— Sunday, March 26

  • Trump spends the weekend at Mar-a-Lago, his eighth weekend in a row at property that bears his name. He has done so on 21 of the 66 days he has been in office

Day 67— Monday, March 27

  • Nunes admits he got “incidental collection” intel from the White House, which pointed directly to coordination between Rep. Nunes and the White House he is investigating
  • Pelosi and Schiff call on Devin Nunes to recuse himself from the Trump-Russia investigation
  • Trump vents his frustrations about the Trump-Russia investigation and bashes the Freedom Caucus once again

Day 68 — Tuesday, March 28

  • White House tries to prevent Sally Yates from testifying on Michael Flynn’s phone call in the Trump-Russia investigation
  • President Trump signs an executive order further dismantling Obama’s climate policies
  • President Trump’s approval rating dropped to an all time low of 35%

Day 69 — Wednesday, March 29

  • Ivanka Trump is hired as an official federal employee, working as an unpaid assistant to her father
  • Amid legal battles and rampant conflicts of interest with his first DC hotel, Trump’s company pursues a second DC hotel

Day 70 — Thursday, March 30

  • Michael Flynn asks for immunity in exchange for a Trump-Russia testimony
  • In a stunning move Trump declares war on the Freedom Caucus, calling on his supporters to vote out members of his own party
  • Senate Intelligence Committee holds its first Trump-Russia hearing

Day 71 — Friday, March 31

  • Trump urges Flynn to seek immunity, calls the Trump-Russia investigation a witch hunt, and continues to attack the media
  • Senate Intelligence Committee rejects Flynn’s request for immunity
  • Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s extensive ties to their business empire are revealed, heightening conflicts of interest concerns
  • More reports of civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria since Trump took office

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Tenth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 11: The Syria Strike

President Donald Trump receives a briefing on the Syria military strike from his National Security team after the strike at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday night, April 6, 2017. (White House via AP)

President Donald Trump receives a briefing on the Syria military strike from his National Security team after the strike at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday night, April 6, 2017. (White House via AP)

Day 72 — Saturday, April 1

  • Trump begs the media to cover his fake surveillance narrative rather than Trump-Russia and tweets out a Fox News story about Susan Rice that would take over the news cycle later in the week
  • Report reveals that Michael Flynn failed to disclose payments from the Russia Propaganda network RT

Day 73— Sunday, April 2

  • President Trump spent his 9th consecutive week at a Trump owned property, hitting the golf course with Senator Rand Paul

Day 74 — Monday, April 3

  • It’s revealed that Trump’s trust is set up in a way that allows him to remove money and other assets at any time he sees fit
  • Kushner visits Iraq before Tillerson does
  • Erik Prince story breaks. Tried to establish Russian backchannel
  • Trump doubled down on his Susan Rice surveillance alternative narrative, trying unsuccessfully to distract from Trump-Russia

Day 75— Tuesday, April 4

  • Syrian President Bashar al-Assad launches the worst chemical gas attack in years on Syria’s Idlib province
  • North Korea again launches a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had a very short response
  • Buzzfeed reports that Carter Page met with a Russian spy in 2013

Day 76— Wednesday, April 5

  • Trump removes Chief Strategist Steve Bannon from his role on the National Security Council
  • Trump claims chemical attack crossed “many, many lines” for him

Day 77— Thursday, April 6

  • In retaliation to Syria’s chemical attack, Trump launched 59 Tomahawk missiles on the Syrian regime’s Shayrat airbase
  • Nunes recuses himself from Trump-Russia investigation

Day 78— Friday, April 7

  • The Syria strike does minimal damage leading many to wonder why the Trump administration would warn the Russian’s ahead of time. Was their intention to inflict maximum damage or send a message? Many point to a understaffed State Department as a reason why diplomatic options weren’t on the table
  • Russia condemns the strike and suspended air operation cooperation with the US
  • Neil Gorsuch is confirmed as Supreme Court Justice after McConnel goes nuclear on the Democrat’s filibuster
  • After a week which ended with a strike on Syria, Trump embarks on yet another weekend on the golf course

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Eleventh Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 12: The Fall Of Bannon And Rise Of Centrists

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon stares at President Donald Trump during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington — Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon stares at President Donald Trump during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington — Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Day 79 — Saturday, April 8

  • The Syrian military was seen carrying out airstrikes on the same town they launched a chemical attack on
  • The Syria strike divides Trump’s supporters

Day 80— Sunday, April 9

  • Bannon’s influence continued to degrade after his recent removal from the NSC and his beef with Jared Kushner
  • National Security Advisor, H.R. McMaster is gaining influence within the Trump administration as he continues to reshape the National Security Council

Day 81— Monday, April 10

  • Neil Gorsuch is sworn in
  • Trump administration begins scramble to rebrand itself ahead of the 100 day mark

Day 82 — Tuesday, April 11

  • The Washington Post reveals that the FBI obtained a FISA warrant to monitor former Trump adviser Carter Page under the basis that he was an agent of the Russian government
  • Trump continues his “Twitter Diplomacy,” bashing North Korea and asking for China’s help as Tillerson continues his hawkish rhetoric

Day 83 — Wednesday, April 12

  • Trump flip flops on numerous policy positions (NATO, China, Ex-Im Bank, Janet Yellen, Russia, Syria) reflecting the waning influence of his Chief Strategist Steve Bannon
  • Tillerson meets with Putin for two hours, leaves saying there is a low level of trust between the two nations
  • Trump belittles Bannon in interview with the New York Post
  • Trump lifts hiring freeze as DeVos rolls back student loan protections

Day 84 — Thursday, April 13

  • The US dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat on Afghanistan…It was ordered by a ground commander without Trump’s approval
  • The Guardian reveals that the GCHQ discovered suspicious “interactions” between Trump’s campaign team and Russian agents as early as 2015 and passed that information over to the US
  • Trump signs executive order allowing states to withhold funding from Planned Parenthood

Day 85 — Friday, April 14

  • Tensions with North Korea ratchet up, NBC News reports Trump is considering military action

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Twelfth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 13: The Stage Is Set

President Trump (AP)

President Trump (AP)

Day 86— Saturday, April 15

  • North Korea attempts to launch a missile from their east coast and it fails horribly, exploding within seconds of launch

Day 87— Sunday, April 16

  • Trump sends out tweets defending his recent flip-flop on labeling China a currency manipulator, bashing the nationwide Tax Marches, and throws in a “Happy Easter”

Day 88 — Monday, April 17

  • Pence visits the demilitarized zone on the border of North and South Korea to assure those in the South that the US has their back
  • Trump called to congratulate wannabe authoritarian Turkish President ­Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the contested referendum that increased his power

Day 89— Tuesday, April 18

  • AP reveals that the day Ivanka Trump dined with Chinese Preisdent Xi Jinping, her company won provisional approval for new China trademarks. Many pointed to the emoluments clause of the constitution
  • CNN reports that “the FBI last year used a dossier of allegations of Russian ties to Donald Trump’s campaign as part of the justification to win approval to secretly monitor a Trump associate (Carter Page)”
  • A month after dismissing federal prosecutors, the Justice Department does not have any U.S. Attorneys in place
  • Trump deports the first undocumented DREAMer

Day 90— Wednesday, April 19

  • It becomes apparent that the Carl Vinson carrier group Trump said was headed to the Korean peninsula, was headed in the opposite direction. It turns out, the Carl Vinson was headed to participate in joint naval exercises with Australia. South Korea did not take kindly to this
  • Exxon asks for waiver for Russian sanctions on Exxon-Rosneft deal Tillerson negotiated as CEO
  • Jeff Sessions bashes Hawaii judge, calls the state an island on the pacific

Day 91— Thursday, April 20

  • The US begins to prepare charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
  • Reuters reports Russian Intelligence-linked think tank developed plan to sway 2016 election
  • The New York Times reports that Carter Page’s Trump campaign approved trip to Moscow was what triggered the FBI to begin keeping a more watchful eye on his communications

Day 92— Friday, April 21

  • With the 100th day mark of Trump’s presidency fast approaching (April 29th) and a potential government shutdown on April 28th, the Trump administration sends Washington into a frenzy
  • Trump demands the unveiling of tax plan that hadn’t been written yet and the signing of an Obamacare replacement that had yet to be negotiated by next week
  • The US Treasury Department denies Exxon’s request for a waiver on US sanctions on Russia so they could do business with Rosneft

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Thirteenth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

Week 14: The Sad Scramble For A Perceived “Win”

President Donald Trump poses for a portrait in the Oval Office in Washington — Friday, April 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

President Donald Trump poses for a portrait in the Oval Office in Washington — Friday, April 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Day 93 — Saturday, April 22

  • Thousands of people who care about the future of humanity gather in over 600 cities in six continents, to participate in a massive demonstration to loudly declare that science, and facts, matter
  • Trump apparently takes notice, and despite having signed executive orders and legislation that negatively affect water, air, and land, he claims he values the environment

Day 94 — Sunday, April 23

  • Trump sends off quite a few tweets all but endorsing Le Pen in the French election, jabbing at Obamacare, trying to reassure his base that Mexico would indeed pay for the wall, and once again bringing up the US election

Day 95— Monday, April 24

  • Reports reveal the Senate’s Trump-Russia probe has no full-time staff, has interviewed no key witnesses, and has made little progress
  • As the potential government shutdown quickly approaches on April 28th, the disputes over the budget continue as Democrats and Republicans scramble to come to an agreement on key issues
  • Trump vents his nerves on Twitter

Day 96 — Tuesday, April 25

  • House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz and ranking Democrat Elijah Cummings reveal that Flynn may have violated the law by not receiving permission from the Pentagon or properly disclosing the $45,000 payment he received for a paid speech at Russia’s propaganda network (RT) event
  • San Francisco judge blocks Trump’s January executive order which sought to block billions in federal funding for sanctuary cities
  • Republicans make the first concession to the Democrats on the budget. They will no longer include the $1 billion to fund President Trump’s border wall

Day 97— Wednesday, April 26

  • Trump releases a half-baked, one pager of a tax plan that was shorter than a college kid’s resume. Economists are shocked, claiming the plan will drastically increase the national debt
  • The White House makes its second concession on the budget, now stating that they would continue to fund Obamacare subsidies
  • The Trump admin briefs Congress on the North Korean threat, but lawmakers feel that they didn’t receive enough details on the administration’s strategy
  • With Rep. Devin Nunes no longer leading the probe, the House Intelligence Committee’s Trump-Russia investigation is reportedly getting back on the right, non-partisan, footing

Day 98 — Thursday, April 27

  • This is the day where President Trump’s scramble for “wins” falls apart. So, about that ACHA revive effort. Republicans, knowing that they would fall short of the votes necessary to pass the bill, delay the vote. Nervous about the approaching 100 day mark, President Trump unleashes a series of Tweets accusing the Democrats of wanting a government shut down. Trump also backtracked on pulling out of NAFTA

Day 99 — Friday, April 28

  • Congress voted to avoid a government shutdown and agreed to fund the federal government for another week. Trump didn’t get his wish to fund his border wall or cease funding of Obamacare subsidies, ending a week of failed attempts to grab a “win” out of thin air
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuses himself from any potential investigations into Michael Flynn
  • North Korea launches yet another failed missile test
  • The U.S GDP grows 0.7% during Trump’s first quarter as president, the weakest growth in 3 year
  • In an interview with Reuters, President Trump said that there is a chance for “a major, major conflict with North Korea” and went on to admit that the presidency is harder than he thought it would be…

“I loved my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.”

Day 100 — Saturday, April 29

  • The Climate March saw hundreds of thousands of people gather in a massive demonstration to advocate for environmental issues
  • Trump’s 100 days ended where this whole thing started…A Trump rally

Here’s Every Action Trump Took In His Fourteenth Unpresidented Week As POTUS

So there you have it. If you made it this far I applaud you. Now you know everything that went down during Trump’s first 100 days in office. I know it was long, but I hope you found this useful.

It’s important now more than ever to stay informed on the issues that matter. Try your best not to get distracted by media sensationalism or Trump’s compulsive lying. The truth is out there. You just have to look for it.

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