Stephen Colbert rips apart Donald Trump's first 100 days

Stephen Colbert rips apart Donald Trump's first 100 days

Donald Trump has set a record for signing the most executive orders in the first 100 days of a presidential term since World War II. "The 100 day report card is on the way, and like every awful student, Trump is trying to turn an "F" into an 'A.'" Watch below as he goes through each of the major legislative promises which Trump has failed to deliver on so far.

As some have noted, that would make Trump the first president in history to have a shutdown on his hands within his first 100 days.

No matter how much I accomplish during the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days, & it has been a lot (including S.C.), media will kill!

"As far as I know, this is the first time anyone has rejected Justin Trudeau's wood", Colbert joked.

Colbert began to imitate Trump: "My first 100 days have been huge".

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Sanco North West secretary Packet Seaketso, says they will appeal against two North West farmers accused of murder granted bail. Residents from Coligny were upset by the court's decision and went on a rampage, setting three houses alight .

Trevor Noah, John Oliver and Samantha Bee have brought "fake news" into the comedic forefront as quickly as Trump and his minions have sought to reduce traditional news networks to "FAKE NEWS!" rubble. So he took care of his base: "insane people who want to murder Yogi".

"America's never been better, in my opinion". "Could be Supreme Court".

As the 100 days deadline looms, it's clear that Trump hasn't a hope of getting any of his 100 day promises done and that's just great fodder for late night hosts. It could be Spicer catastrophe.

The minister had quickly responded to President Donald Trump, saying Canada "disagrees strongly" with his administration's plans and Canada will be exploring legal options.

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