President Donald Trump has spent his first 100 days trying to make good on several campaign promises, but not without controversy. From Inauguration Day to a flurry of executive orders to airstrikes in Syria and Afghanistan, the Trump administration has been busy. Here’s a look back at the first 100 days in 100 seconds.
Eleni Kounalakis, a major Democratic Party donor and former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary, on April 24, 2017 formally jumped into the 2018 race for lieutenant governor, saying she was driven to run by the election of President Donald Trump.
President Barack Obama, while speaking at the University of Chicago during his first public event since leaving office, on Monday, April 24, 2017, said the single most important thing he can do now is to help support and prepare the next generation of leaders.
Roughly 200 people gathered Saturday morning, April 22, 2017, at Southside Park for the local March for Science, part of a series of rallies held globally in support of the sciences. Singer Lauren Wakefield kicked off the event with a performance. Later Rep. Doris Matsui spoke to the crowd. Sister marches were held in locations including Washington D.C., London and Tokyo.
David Gau, executive director of the California Board of Equalization on April 20, 2017 told a Senate budget subcommittee that his job had been threatened, presumably by an elected official. Video courtesy of the California Senate.
Mariza Ruelas, a single mother of six in Stockton, was charged last year for illegally selling homemade food online. She supports Assembly Bill 626, which would allow small-scale home cooking operations.