It's time for a 100 day review of the Trump Administration. What kind of report card would you issue?

The idea of measuring each American president by the accomplishments of his first 100 days in office dates back to 1933. Then President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a race to correct a banking crisis and pull America out of the Great Depression. The 100 day measurement has been used for every president since.

Saturday, April 29th marks the 100 day milestone for President Trump. As a candidate Trump made many promises to voters. Yes, media coverage has been pretty critical of the new president. But he's had successes including the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and rolling back many of his predecessors rules and regulations. By the numbers, according to, Trump was handed an economic expansion that's long in the tooth.

His promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, revamp and simplify the tax code, build a wall and make Mexico pay for it, invest in our infrastructure, rework trade deals and other hot-button promises remain unfilled. Most experts believe the worker disruption and inequality that helped feed Trump's victory are likely to continue unabated.

Are you optimistic or pessimistic? Republican's control all three branches of our government. Trump's core supporters continue to support him. Do you? Share your thoughts with our readers. We want to read your opinion.