Trump’s First 100 Days in Review


Here’s Trump’s first 100 Days in review, with many flip flops such as U-turns on Russia, Syria, NATO and much more. Is Trump the Flip-Flopper-in-Chief?

Trump’s first 100 days

is about to pass on April 29th, 2017. How has the so-called political “outsider” (a very inside kind of outsider) Donald Trump done? Has he delivered on his campaign promises? Has he brought about real change? Is this change for the better? Trump’s first 100 days have been full of incoherency, especially regarding his foreign policy. Just as Barack Obama was the Teleprompter-in-Chief, I think a fair moniker for Trump is Flip-Flopper-in-Chief, due to the immense range of issues upon which Trump has done a 180 degree turn. The latest Gallup poll showed that Trump’s popularity had fallen to 41%, the lowest ever polled by Gallup for a US president after 100 days in office (compared to the highest ever [JFK’s] which was 74%). Here are Donald J. Trump’s first 100 days in review.

Trump’s First 100 Days: Denial of Observable Reality

Trump has his own brand of mendacity. It’s a different kind of lie to the lying of Hillary Clinton. It’s more of a narcissistic lie than a psychopathic lie, more like a denial of observable reality. Hillary more lies to cover her ass and her murders, whereas the Donald just “makes shit up” because it sounds good and kind of almost true if he spins it. As the New Yorker writes:

“One reliable way to know that Donald Trump has reversed himself on an issue is if he denies having done any such thing. The pattern repeats itself: his Administration is dealt a major setback—the courts blocking his travel bans, the G.O.P. health-care bill dying in the House—and Trump responds by decreeing that “great progress” is being made and the media is neglecting to cover it. It’s easy to become inured to how bizarre this is: America has a President who denies observable reality and uses his social-media accounts to feed his supporters an alternate version of the truth. All politicians spin. Trump lies, regularly and brazenly.”

A small selection of the flip flops of US President Donald Trump. Image credit:

Trump’s First 100 Days: Flip-Flopping Galore

It is no secret that Donald Trump has flip flopped on countless issues since assuming the presidency. To flip flop around the way that Trump has shows us many things, namely that he doesn’t have strong principles and positions which he has already formed, that he has a tendency to mouth off before understanding an issue, that the Deep State has gotten to him and persuaded and threatened him into reversing his campaign positions (assuming he was actually being honest during campaigning) and that now he is showing his true colors once he has secured the throne of power (assuming he was ever being honest in the first place).

Here is a brief list of some of the things that Trump has flip flopped on:

– We need to investigate and prosecute the ultra corrupt Hillary Clinton > She’s a “good friend” and has been through enough

– Draining the swamp > Appoints swamp dwellers to his Cabinet and Administration, such as Zionists, Neocons and the 3 Gs (Goldman Sachs, Generals and Gazillionaires)

– Replace and repeal Obamacare > Keep the “strongest assets” of Obamacare

– Mexico will pay for the wall > Assuming it even happens, the US will have to pay upfront for it (and will probably never get the money back unless via US citizens themselves, through taxes or increased costs of Mexican goods)

– We should stay out of Syria > Trump breaks international law and strikes Syria with 59 missiles

– NATO is obsolete > NATO is “no longer obsolete”

– China is a “currency manipulator” > China is not manipulating the currency

– The US should get along with Russia > Russia is now the official enemy

– Janet Yellen (head of the Federal Reserve) is bad > Now Trump “respects” her

– The Export-Import Bank is bad > The Export-Import Bank has helped small companies

– On his first day Trump signed a memo ordering a freeze on federal hires > In April 2017, that freeze is now over

– Wikileaks/Julian Assange is great > Trump would “be OK” with prosecuting Wikileaks/Julian Assange

– The US should be non-interventionist > Trump rails and ratchets up tension against Iran, China, Syria and North Korea (all to varying degrees)

– We need a strong US dollar > The dollar is “getting too strong”

To be fair to Trump, there are some issues where he has followed though on his word, such as his promises to appoint a conservative justice (Neil Gorsuch) and to withdraw the US from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), but such issues are few and far between.

The Trump budget proposal for 2018: more money to feed the war machine.

Trump’s First 100 Days: Militarism, Strikes and Multiple Wars

Nowhere are Trump’s internal contradictions and incoherencies more apparent than in the realm of foreign policy and the military. He has said one thing during his campaigns, another thing with his tweets and implies yet another thing with his actions. He claimed he wanted the US to be less aggressive and interventionist, yet his administration has picked fights with IranChina and North Korea – plus he ordered military action in Yemen and Somalia, Syria to be struck with missiles and Afghanistan to be the target of the MOAB! All of these actions resulted in people being killed, including civilians. He has put more generals in his cabinet than any other US president since WW2 and he increased the already massive US military budget. Do you know that Trump now wants to spend 61% of discretionary funds on the military (while spending 6% on education and 6% healthcare)? The article Trump’s Incoherent Foreign Policy notes:

“During his campaign Trump implied that the United States should fight fewer wars overseas and demanded that U.S. dependents, Japan and South Korea, do more for their own defense, perhaps even getting nuclear weapons. Yet … Trump had tweeted that North Korean acquisition of a long-range missile “won’t happen” and that his administration was considering preemptive military strikes on North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs or reintroducing U.S. tactical (short-range) nuclear missiles into South Korea, which were removed 25 years ago.

So which is it — demanding U.S. allies do more or ramping up America’s efforts to make them even more reliant on American power? And this is not the only Trump policy contradiction.

If Trump is demanding that wealthy allies — both East Asian and European — put out more of an effort for their own security and if Trump wants to fight fewer wars overseas, then why does the defense budget need to be increased by a whopping 10 percent? That proposed increase is roughly equivalent to the entire Russian annual defense budget. In fact, couldn’t U.S. defense spending be cut to help ameliorate the already humongous $20-trillion-dollar national debt?”

Trump’s first 100 days: dropping bombs and missiles (or helping to) on Yemen, Somalia, Syria and Afghanistan.

The Trump Syria strike was yet more posturing. Knowing who Trump is, with his big and fragile ego, it has the feeling of Trump trying to show that he is not afraid of ordering missiles and bombs to be dropped. The MIC (Military Industrial Complex) have decades of experience in knowing how to manipulate a president, including more soft and easy ways like playing off his ego. The MSM (Mainstream Media) showed its moral depravity by declaring that the Syria strike was when “Donald Trump became President of the United States” (uttered by CFR member Fareed Zakaria). According to the CNN and its ilk, conducting mass murder means being a real president. Guess you can’t be the leader of the biggest and most aggressive Empire in world history without also being a bully and a killer.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who Trump has changed attitude towards, noted the Trump hypocrisy when he asserted that, “… it’s not about what they promise, because we all know that the American officials say something and do something different, they’re never committed to their promises or their words”.

Candidate Trump loved Wikileaks. President Trump does not.

Trump’s First 100 Days: Hypocrisy and Flip Flop on Wikileaks / Assange

Trump’s hypocrisy on Wikileaks and Julian Assange has been especially egregious. Candidate Trump had a love affair with Wikipedia, mentioning them in something around 140 tweets, yet when Wikileaks turns its leaking power against Trump, suddenly it’s not allowed. Trump was fine with Assange when all the dirt that was coming out involved Hillary and the DNC; yet if any of it involves Trump or his cronies, that’s not okay. Assange himself called out CIA head Mike Pompeo on his hypocrisy:

“When the director of the CIA, an unelected public servant, publicly demonizes a publisher such as WikiLeaks as a “fraud,” “coward” and “enemy,” it puts all journalists on notice, or should. Pompeo’s next talking point, unsupported by fact, that WikiLeaks is a “non-state hostile intelligence service,” is a dagger aimed at Americans’ constitutional right to receive honest information about their government … Pompeo was once a WikiLeaks fan. On July 24, then partisan politician Pompeo gloatingly tweeted: “Need further proof that the fix was in from Pres. Obama on down? BUSTED: 19,252 Emails from DNC Leaked by WikiLeaks.” Pompeo liked WikiLeaks when he perceived it was publishing material revealing the shortcomings of his political rivals. It was only when our publications touched Pompeo’s rice bowl that WikiLeaks became his target. Pompeo subsequently deleted the tweet, but he is learning that in the digital age, the truth is hard to hide. You don’t get to love the truth one day and seek its suppression and the incarceration of its publisher the next.”

That last line by Assange is gold. If you really have a principle, such as the seeking of truth or the promotion of freedom, you don’t abide by it when it’s convenient and throw it under the bus when it’s inconvenient. Such flip flopping and ambivalence only demonstrates a lack of real dedication, commitment and intestinal fortitude.

Trump’s First 100 Days: Cabinet and Admin Appointees

Trump’s first 100 days has shown us an administration full of questionable characters. As mentioned above, it was already clear that Trump had stacked his cabinet with generals, Zionists and ex-Goldman Sachs employees. However, even those outside those orbits have not turned out well. US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has thoroughly disappointed and shown herself to be a complete puppet, willing to read whatever pro-Israel, anti-Russian script is placed in front of her. The promotion of Scott Pruitt to EPA head reeks of breathtaking corruption and cronyism, given that he clearly hates the EPA (having sued it 14 times). How can Americans expect any environmental protection from this? After Pruitt’s appointment, Trump signed into law a Republican bill that overturned animal welfare protection and now allows hunters to legally kill hibernating wolves and bears.

Trump’s first 100 days was also marked by his failure to get his new Healthcare Bill passed, despite a Republican majority in both the Upper and Lower houses. Trump also signed off on the DAPL pipeline, showing yet more evidence that under his watch he will favor corporate power over that of We the People.

Trump’s first 100 days: meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

Meet the New Boss, Just Like the Old Boss

Has their been any real significant change or progress in the right direction during Trump’s first 100 days? Doesn’t look like it. If you have a different opinion, please post your comment below. Meanwhile, people need to realize we need to be thinking in terms of restructuring the entire system (or doing away with it altogether and transitioning into peaceful cooperation or anarchy), not just changing from Left to Right and back again every few years in an act of desperate futility.


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Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative media / independent news site The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at, writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the worldwide conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.

















bluewater April 27, 2017 - 12:25 pm

Kerry Cassidy

He was surprised to see him win. He says he’s positive that Trump is not read in on a high level and that he doesn’t have enough good people around him. He’s being fed bad info. He said even the right (Republicans) are afraid of him because he is a loose cannon and might do anything at any time.
I asked Mark to elaborate on Putin and whether he indeed is being taken off planet and working with some positive Nordics etc (as many in the alternative sector claim or believe). Mark says no way! He says not even Putin himself would classify himself as a “good guy”. Says Putin knows a lot but is not motivated to make Trump aware… That he is only out for Russia and not the rest of humanity. Mark says Putin is being manipulated by the Reptoids and that Putin however, is not a Reptilian. He says both sides of the ET equation are trying to keep us out of space.
Mark says that Trump is working on a relationship with Russia that stems from his business dealings with the Russians going back to the 1990s and that he relates to Russia (and every country) like a business man making deals and keeping things ‘friendly’ for business.
Mark admits both sides (U.S. and Russia) neither side is ‘clean’ or without blame.

Mari May 30, 2017 - 9:49 pm

Interesting but Cobra, who I believe to be telling the truth says the opposite of Mark Richards. He says Putin is indeed one of the good guys on the Alliance.

bluewater May 31, 2017 - 1:30 pm

Cobra maybe 90 % of the TRUTH..
PUTIN is KGB and you can not be that ,unless you are a FREEMASON.
PUTIN is good for his country and his people and is not going to save the world. Edgar Cayce is very good and he did say that ,but according to Putin’S wife that is not the real PUTIN but a double or clone. Some intell sources have said the same thing that PUTIN has been dead for sometime.

bluewater April 27, 2017 - 12:57 pm

You can thank Jared Kushner who is calling the shots!! a well dressed Hassidic Sabbatean-Frankist.

The Sabbatean-Frankists believe that if you can’t be good, then do evil.
And that if enough people do evil, the Messiah will return, as all the evil will be “used up”. The power structure felt threatened so the Caliphate shut Sabbatai down. Sabbatai Sevi had appx one million followers, a very impressive following for the 16th century. Sevi was forced to convert to Islam or die. He converted and went crypto. His most loyal followers became known as the Donmeh. They formed a group known as the Young Turks and genocided many Armenian people during WW1. (Remember Yaweh was a pantheon war god and sanctified genocide) Charming religion. And later the quite psychopathic Jacob Frank, who believed he was the reincarnation of Sevi, took the Sabbateans deeper into the occult. The sevi bloodlines helped strengthen the psychopathic gene through inbreeding over centuries. If one has rationalized evil as somehow good, the ends justify the means. It is purported that indeed, the Rothschilds are Sabbatean-Frankists. Remember when all those high-level bankers were dying?

Mari May 30, 2017 - 9:52 pm

Probably the same people as the Kharzian Mafia who killed far more people than that!

bluewater May 31, 2017 - 1:36 pm

Yes Khazarian, but THE CREAM OF THE CROP like the ROTHSCHILDS are Sabbatean Frankist and he is related by BLOOD to the highest of the CABAL…no proof it is ROTHSCHILD!!
It is just like in RUSSIA..there is the SECRET GOVERNMENT that controls RUSSIA and THE KGB and they are only JEWS as the goyim can not be trusted with the truth.

bluewater April 27, 2017 - 1:49 pm


NYT Randomly Goes Rogue, Publishes Piece Detailing (((King Kushner’s))) Shady Business Empire

greg john April 27, 2017 - 2:18 pm

everything you said, Makia is 100% truth. What is the story with George soros and trump’s son in law Kushner, is he soros puppet? How can we the people overthrow the corruption in the federal govt. and get back on the right track? the sooner the better.

tom varano April 27, 2017 - 2:25 pm

The NWO/OWG is in full view. Trump is the ultimate puppet to the puppetmasters. Kissinger is hanging around as usual.
Kushner is weilding his power. He’s in line.

turtle April 27, 2017 - 10:38 pm

Then let’s call a spade a spade…
NWO & OWG are euphemisms for the Zionist Occupation Government (ZOG)… and they control Wikipedia just like EVERYTHING else…

Mari May 30, 2017 - 10:17 pm

Aka the Kharzian Mafia, Illuminati, NWO & Bilderberg Society members.

alex jacques April 27, 2017 - 3:08 pm

Change ,,just like Time,,is very slow, As soon as a new president is chosen and elected, everyone expects instant change, But it just does not work that way. You cannot judge a presidents value or ability in 100 days, Actually it is difficult to judge a presidents accomplishments in 4 years or even 8 years,
accomplishments are not only related to the president but also very related to the people on this planet. Even though we elect someone whom we think will be better then the previous one,,,again it doesn’t work that way. The people will decide. Actually I think the health and working ability of the people is more important then any president in any country. just my opinion of course for what it’s worth,, Probably not a hell of a lot the way this world works

free your mind April 27, 2017 - 3:34 pm

Can we now dispense with the sad excuse that, “The Deep State has gotten to him.”
I wish I had a dollar for every time Trump throws up Freemason hand signals. Before the election he made a public display of licking the hind parts of the Zios at the annual AIPAC meeting. Now he is stating he will address “anti-Semitism in Amerca” ie the legitimate criticism of the enormous power of Judaics in our nation. In addition, there was the infamous 9/11 sheep commercial he made long before his announcement to run for president. Voting between evil and evil is still supporting evil.It is like signing a contract with evil. The past election was a classic study in group think, peer prssure, the human tendency to prefer pleasure over pain, even when facing pain can save our lives.
Perhaps this past election has proven once and for all to halfway intelligent people, the candidates are all chosen by the psychopaths in control. Trump appeared out of nowhere for no legitimate reason in the 80’s. He is a narcissist and an asshole. It is clear he was selected and groomed for his current role.

Zac April 28, 2017 - 5:02 am

Well said free your mind. Well said! However I think you are being too kind in referring to people as halfway intelligent. I’ve coined a new term to describe most of the unthinking 2-legged upright- walking creatures who call themselves human beings and that is ‘subcattle’ which means below the status of cattle because the truth is that even cattle are more intelligent than most people. Tragic but true.

Zac April 27, 2017 - 5:01 pm

‘Assuming he was actually being honest during campaigning.’‘Assuming he was ever being honest in the first place.’ Come now Makia. Trumpstein honest? Obviously not! It is not in his nor most, if not all, politicians nature to be honest. Politics and honesty are mutually exclusive. It is completely impossible for sub-human satanic psychopaths to be honest. Honesty is a characteristic of decent human beings.

bluewater April 27, 2017 - 7:10 pm

Trump controlled by the Mossad

Trump mentor Roy Cohn a pedophile protector who blackmailed his protégé at Plaza Hotel ‘blue suite’?

Convict Jeffrey Epstein continued this illuministic spirit pioneered by Cohn in the New York underworld in the ring he appeared to have run, in connection with Trump’s Mar-A-Lago resort, which was apparently a proving ground for would-be sex slaves.

bluewater April 28, 2017 - 11:43 pm

Setting Aside Another Trumpian Myth: Busting Sex Trafficking Rings

Donald Trump with old pal Jeffrey Epstein, notorious child trafficker, who had 14 phone numbers for the current president in his “black book”.

Instead of bringing the culprits to justice, President Trump appointed Alex Acosta as Labor Secretary. Acosta is the attorney who gave Trump’s billionaire buddy (((Jeffrey Epstein))) a “sweetheart” deal after being caught for child sex trafficking. Did people really think that Trump is not comprised and would actually hang all his friends out to dry?

Freespirit April 29, 2017 - 10:53 am

Just another ZIONIST puppet

Zac April 30, 2017 - 7:24 am
bluewater May 3, 2017 - 1:14 am

When Donald Trump’s casino business went bankrupt in 2009, a lawyer whose clients stood to lose more than a billion dollars told police and the FBI that he got a menacing phone call from a man with a thick New York accent who threatened his family.

Trump told the FBI that the caller phoned him a second time and said he would “kill” Trump “if Mr. Trump told the authorities anything concerning their prior conversation.”
Trump told the FBI that he “harbors no ill feelings towards Gliedman” and that his “dealings with the Commissioner are strictly business.” He also said that he was notifying the FBI because he didn’t know if the caller was a crank or actually intended to carry out his threats. “TRUMP advised he does not wish his motives to be misconstrued,” the FBI report states, “but is merely passing on this information not only for his own safety but for the safety of Commissioner GLIEDMAN.”
The White House did not respond to requests for comment.
A year after Gliedman received the threatening phone call, a State Supreme Court Justice ordered New York City to grant Trump the tax abatement. In 1986, Gliedman resigned as commissioner and went to work for Trump. He died in 2002.

bluewater May 12, 2017 - 1:45 pm

Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, is all a staged game and a part of the globalists’ New World Order psychological operation (PSYOP). The fact that war criminal Henry Kissinger showed up by Trump’s side in the midst of the Corporate Media’s incessant coverage of the Comey situation, should help to show the masses how they are being deceived by both the left and right political farce.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger seems to have emerged as the unofficial and key foreign policy adviser of the Trump Administration.
The Hill reports:
“President-elect Trump and Dr. Kissinger have known each other for years and had a great meeting. They discussed China, Russia, Iran, the EU and other events and issues around the world,” the statement reads.
“I have tremendous respect for Dr. Kissinger and appreciate him sharing his thoughts with me,” Trump said, according to the statement.
If anyone wants to know the playbook of the global elite, please read “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.”
There is a brief summary below. Detractors will attack this publication and claim it’s “fiction” or a “hoax.” But, ask yourself…is it really?
Place our agents and helpers everywhere
Take control of the media and use it in propaganda for our plans
Start fights between different races, classes and religions
Use bribery, threats and blackmail to get our way
Use Freemasonic Lodges to attract potential public officials
Appeal to successful people’s egos
Appoint puppet leaders who can be controlled by blackmai
Replace royal rule with socialist rule, then communism, then despotism
Abolish all rights and freedoms, except the right of force by us
Sacrifice people (including Jews sometimes) when necessar
Eliminate religion; replace it with science and materialism
Control the education system to spread deception and destroy intellect
Rewrite history to our benefit
Create entertaining distractions
Corrupt minds with filth and perversion
Encourage people to spy on one another
Keep the masses in poverty and perpetual labor
Take possession of all wealth, property and (especially) gold
Use gold to manipulate the markets, cause depressions etc.
Introduce a progressive tax on wealth
Replace sound investment with speculation
Make long-term interest-bearing loans to governments
Give bad advice to governments and everyone else

If you cannot see the correlation to the world today, will you ever?
Zionism is the true enemy of humanity, not your neighbor who might have different views or opinions.
They want you infighting with your fellow man and will keep you distracted and you’ll be decieved. Please wake up to reality. You are being played by both the false left and right paradigm and “The Trump Card” ….too.

Mari May 30, 2017 - 10:19 pm

100% accurate Bluewater!!!

bluewater May 13, 2017 - 9:47 pm

The REAL Reason Trump Fired Comey (Worse Than You Think)

bluewater May 23, 2017 - 11:29 pm


bluewater May 25, 2017 - 9:59 pm

Donald Trump born into a crypto-Jewish family

Another important event in Trump’s business career was the financial mess in Atlantic City that nearly destroyed his gambling business and real estate development. Trump, at one time, owned a quarter of Atlantic City’s casino market. But Trump was heavily in debt, and he started missing bond payments on his — and Atlantic City’s — largest casino, the Taj Mahal, in 1990. Wilbur Ross, then an investment banker working for Rothschild Inc., helped bondholders negotiate with Trump, whose finances were unraveling. The final deal reduced Trump’s ownership stake in the Taj but left him in charge, and bondholders were unhappy when Ross presented the plan. (LA Times)

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