Trump’s first 100 days

April 28, 2017 Natalie Russell

One hundred days is not enough time in which to judge the Trump presidency. That was the overwhelming consensus among esteemed scholars and practitioners at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC, on April 26, 2017, as the Miller Center’s First Year Project and the Heritage Foundation teamed up to present “100 Down, 265 to Go: First milestone on President Trump’s first year.”

Former undersecretary of Defense for Policy Eric Edelman, the Heritage Foundation’s Lee Edwards, the Miller Center’s Mike Nelson, and senior legal research fellow at the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies Paul Larkin spoke about President Trump’s role as chief executive during the first panel. Panel two focused on the president’s relationship with congress and featured the Heritage Foundation’s Tommy Binion, the Miller Center’s Guian McKee and Barbara Perry, and Dan Meyer, former assistant to the president for legislative affairs under George W. Bush. Watch the discussion here.