As I mentioned before British bookies are now taking bets on not only will Don the Con Drumpf be a one term President, but also on whether he will finish his first term, or ..........................., whether he will even last his first 100 days!
This answer was the best:
- Trump spends first 48 hours arguing about the size of his inauguration crowd.
- Trump signs executive order on immigration, but it's so poorly written that it causes chaos around the country and is immediately put on hold by a district court.
- Update: A second, revised ban is put on hold by a judge in Hawaii.
- Trump chooses crackpot as National Security Advisor, fires him three weeks after inauguration.
- Trump tries to bully China by playing games with One China policy, is forced into humiliating retreat after realizing he's playing out of his league.
- Trump casually green-lights a raid on Yemen over dinner. The raid turns into an epic disaster that kills a SEAL and accomplishes nothing.
- Trump lays all blame for failure of Yemen raid on “the generals” who “started [the mission] before I got here” and “they killed him.”
- Trump blathers about the [border] wall and a 20 percent border tax on Mexico, causing the Mexican president to cancel a planned visit.
- Trump continues to claim that crime is skyrocketing; that polls showing his unpopularity are fake; and that refugees have wreaked terror on America, despite the fact that these are all lies.
- Trump calls the media “the enemy of the American people.”
- After weeks of confusion on their signature priority, Republicans finally realize that repealing Obamacare isn't all that easy — and Trump goes on the record with this quote: “Nobody knew health care could be so complicated.” Nobody?
- Trump proposes spending an extra $54 billion on defense without realizing he can't do that.
- Trump accuses former President Obama of “wiretapping” his campaign prior to the election — and offers no evidence to support the allegation (without realizing that a President has no such singular legal authority).
- Embarrassingly supports embattled AG Sessions — who is forced to recuse himself after lying under oath.
- Is angered by AG who recuses himself — in spite of his personal belief that recusal was unnecessary.
- Update: Fires 46 federal prosecutors — including U.S. attorney in Manhattan Preet Bharara — even though he specifically told Preet that he could stay — and offers no reason for the surprise dismissal.
- Ties to Russian tampering of the election have dogged his short tenure — and effectively squelched any polling bump he might have recieved after a successful reading of a 60-minute speech before a joint session of congress.