Selected Articles: What Trump Has Accomplished in 100 Days

“Trump continues dirty business as usual, serving wealth, power and privilege exclusively at the expense of most others – while waging endless war on humanity at home and abroad.”  (Stephen Lendman)

“Trump has broken  his campaign promises, surrounding himself with Wall Street insiders and intensifying Obama’s belligerent and militaristic foreign policy around the globe.” (Ralph Nader)

“One Hundred Days and Counting.

And there is more to come … ” (Michael T. Bucci)

The First 100 Days of Donald Trump’s Presidency in Military Terms

By Vladimir Kozin, April 30, 2017

Donald Trump has promised to increase the military budget, spending more on nuclear missiles in particular.  And he will increase that budget.  Updates to the classical, strategic nuclear triad as well as to tactical nuclear weapons continue, some of which are positioned very close to the borders of Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, and a number of other states.

Trump v. FDR’s First Hundred Days. “Sold out to Wall Street, War-profiteers, Big Oil, Big Pharma, Breaking every Positive Promise Made”

By Stephen Lendman, April 30, 2017

His first 100 days suggest more of the same. He sold out to Wall Street, war-profiteers, Big Oil, Big Pharma, insurance giants, and other corporate favorites at the expense of serving ordinary Americans equitably. He’s part of the swamp he pledged to drain.

Trump’s Foreign Policy After 100 Days: Tweeting with Bombs?

By Nile Bowie, April 29, 2017

From the vantage point of his first 100 days in office, Trump appears to be channeling the foreign policy strategies of Ronald Reagan: a massive military build-up accompanied by threatening displays of strength as a means of gaining leverage over adversarial powers.

Trump’s Deadly Legacy. One Hundred Days and Counting. And There’s More to Come…

By Michael T. Bucci, April 29, 2017

Michael T. Bucci provides us with an insightful review and detailed timeline of Trump “accomplishments”.

Trump’s Hundred Days of Rage and Rapacity

By Ralph Nader, April 28, 2017

Trump has broken  his campaign promises, surrounding himself with Wall Street insiders and intensifying Obama’s belligerent and militaristic foreign policy around the globe. He is also demanding that Congress add fifty-two billion dollars more to the already bloated Pentagon budget, decried by many liberals and conservatives. Fifty-two billion dollars is far greater than all the combined federal regulatory budgets for the agencies that provide the health, safety and economic protections for Americans from costly corporate crimes, abuses and frauds.

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