President Trump’s first 100 days met by praise and protests Video

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We begin tonight with president trump’s first 100 days. A milestone met by praise and protests across the nation. The president in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for a rally with supporters. Mr. Trump focusing on what he calls his list of accomplishments pushing back at critics who point to a shortage of legislative wins while tens of thousands of protesters once again take to the streets against this president and his policies. ABC’s David Wright in Pennsylvania. Tonight the president is touting his first 100 days as an unqualified success. I believe that the first 100 days of my administration has been just about the most successful in our country’s history. Reporter: Yet tens of thousands of marchers in D.C. And other cities would beg to differ. The protesters today focused on climate change. Tonight as the main stream media he likes to bash gathered in black tie for the annual white house correspondent’s dinner, trump is heading here in Pennsylvania where he’ll tour a lawn mower factory and hold a campaign rally. And I think having a campaign rally in Pennsylvania when a lot of people in Washington are in tuxes at a dinner is just brilliant. Reporter: Trump says the media refuses to give him credit for his long list of achievements including 28 legislative signing. In fact, he’s signed 29 bills so far. 13 of them repeal Obama era rules and regulations. 9 ceremonial in nature commemorating veterans and encouraging flying the flag and innovation. 7 have legislative substance. Trump is still getting started. Day one we are going to announce our plans to totally renegotiate nafta. Reporter: Not yet though he is signing a new executive order on trade today. On day one we will begin working on a physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall. Reporter: The border wall still in limbo. So is health Cabe reform. I am going to ask a Republican congress to send me a bill to immediately repeal and replace Obamacare. Reporter: And it’s going to be so easy. 100 days have tempered trump’s outlook. This is more work. Than I previously thought. I thought it would be easier. I understand what has to be done. I get things done and always been a closer. We don’t have a lot of closers in politics and I understand why. So very rough system. It’s an archaic system. Reporter: But the vast majority of trump’s voters still sdif him the benefit of the doubt. Once he gets everything ironed out I think he’ll be fine. Everything will get done. Rome wasn’t built in a day and you can’t fix the problems in 100. David Wright live from that rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Filling up there behind you. Now this rally was paid for by the trump 2020 campaign? Reporter: Check out this scene Tom. It’s got to bring back memories for you. Same red hat and slogans. They were chanting lock her up. This arena holds 10,000 people. He’ll have no problem filling it to capacity and this is the campaign…

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