Saturday, April 29th marks President Trump’s first 100 days in
office. Cato scholar Gene Healy writes that “of the umpteen items
in Trump’s ‘100-day action plan,’ unveiled last fall in Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania, he’s barely moved on most, reversed himself on
others, and been stymied by Congress and the courts on the few
where he’s made a serious push. The candidate who proclaimed ‘I
alone can fix it’ is learning that, on the home front at least, our
political system remains resistant to one-man rule.”

Cato scholars join Healy in evaluating Trump’s record in several
policy areas, both against general principles and Trump’s own
benchmarks and promises.

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