On Saturday 29 April 2017, Donald Trump will have officially been in office for 100 days.
His first few steps as President of the United States have marked with protests, discontent and legislative derailments; such as his failures on repealing and replacing Obamacare and the travel ban.
The White House has chosen to really take a positive spin on the period.
You can read their PR attempt here.
In reality, Donald Trump is the least popular president for a very, very long time.
His net approval ratings compare terribly to Barack Obama's at the equivalent point:
And as the Jimmy Carter library pointed out, his approvals compare poorly to Carter too.
Trump passed 28 bills, which is the highest number since 1949, but many of them were "minor or housekeeping bills" and none met a longstanding standard for a "major bill".
Roosevelt passed nine major bills and 76 in total in 1933.
And while Trump's total number of executive orders is higher than Obama's and Carter's at this point...
.... We thought this was supposed to be a bad thing?