Traditionally, a new American president is given 100 days of his administration before being measured on its successes and accomplishments.
As the Washington Post's column The Fix reports, Trump supporters don't have buyer's remorse.
Look: six measures to clean up corruption and special interests in DC. Five actions to restore security and the rule of law. Seven actions to protect American workers.
So, if Trump supporters like what he's achieved in the past 95 days, what is this about? We'll bite. What is the 100 Days of Shame?
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