At 100 days in, Trump seems both outsider and insider

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Trump's approval ratings have dived to 40 percent, which is believed to be lower than any other president at the 100-day marker, according to BBC reports. Instead it was a more earnest affair, featuring a speech from Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was also slammed during Minhaj's screed.

President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up to the audience behind him as he finishes speaking.

The president will sign an executive order at a shovel factory in central Pennsylvania, directing his administration to review the nation's trade agreements.

On Monday, Trump's campaign announced a $1.5 million television ad that's goal is to hype up the first 100 days of his presidency.

A crowd of approximately 200 protesters marched outside the Farm Show Complex, shouting, "We're going to beat back the Trump attack". "United we stand, divided we fall, and if America can not come together and join in unity we are never going to be making America great again".

He's still figuring out how to deal with the very insiders he vowed to drain from Washington's "swamp".

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Trump even accused the former government on the less job opportunity available in the state and said that in past 100 days his government has provided numerous job opportunities for Americans in various fields.

Trump's 100th day events were set in a politically important state that he won with 48 percent of the vote.

"They are gathered together for the White House Correspondents' Dinner".

He then suggested that he might attend the dinner next year - but added that he might consider returning to Pennsylvania.

Trump decried what he again called "the totally failing New York Times", falsely claiming that the organisation was "forced to apologise" for its coverage of the 2016 election, a claim he has made before. With that backdrop he signed an executive order directing the Commerce Department and the USA trade representative to conduct a study of US trade agreements. "The new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, that's it", said University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato.

But during an interview with "Face the Nation" on CBS aired Sunday, Trump said the measure has a "clause that guarantees" that people with pre-existing conditions will be covered. Is he here? I do not see Steve Bannon.

President Trump's campaign launched a television ad on May 1, commemorating his first 100 days in office. "All right?" Trump said in beginning the reading. Trump officials went so far as to tell the National Park Service to stop tweeting out photos of the National Mall that revealed the sparse crowd.