The first 100 days of the Trump presidency have been a collision of the fiery candidate with the realities of Washington deal-making.
He showed signs that he feels the weight of the office, discussing the "heart" required to do the job. After 100 days in office, he's still getting used to having secret service around 24/7.
"It's an artificial barrier".
He added: "It's not very meaningful".
He was unclear on whether he should be held accountable for the 100-day plan he outlined with great fanfare in his campaign's closing days, suggesting his "Contract with the American Voter" wasn't really his idea to begin with. However, the president is still clinging to one significant triumph: the 2016 election.
There's an unconventional new president in the White House, but Washington is still up to its old tricks, engaged in familiar brinkmanship just days from a potential government shutdown.
If Trump has reason to worry about his re-election prospects, it should be because of supporters like Brian McCann, 48, who owns a real estate firm in Northampton, Pennsylvania. Beating Hillary Clinton would be easy. Just 4% of Trump voters agree. Republicans in Congress are not abandoning the president, but nor are they overly compliant.
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Earlier outfits worn by Prince George in public have become extremely popular with British consumers charmed by the young royals. Kate also photographed her daughter with George in her first official photos, and then again when she reached six months of age.
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He continued, "Hopefully, he can sit behind Eli for two or three years ". "To me, that third-round pick was a waste". With that said, at least one prominent national scout has likened Webb to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott .
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She raised $1.6 million for her re-election campaign in 2006, with business groups again making large contributions. While Moore is best known for his religious stances, he's also been an outspoken advocate of sentencing reform.
On Capitol Hill, majority Republicans muscled through Mr Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, but had to blow up long-standing Senate rules to do so.
Trump has not improved his standing with the opposition party and independents as most presidents have early in their terms.
"Resistance is anchored in defending your policy priorities that are consistent with your perspective, but being willing to work with the other side of the aisle when policies are proposed, that would be good for America", he said. "And changing the guy at the top doesn't change the world".
The nation's first double execution in more than 16 years raised questions about whether witnesses should be allowed to hear what goes on in the death chamber.
"You got to be careful, because this is a life and death issue for a lot of people", Watson said. This is risk that's involved'. "I don't think Congress is going to go along with him". "In fact, in business you're actually better off without it".
Not surprisingly, public opinion on Trump is defined by partisanship.