President Trump will celebrate 100-day benchmark with rally in Harrisburg


HARRISBURG, Pa. - President Donald Trump is wrapping up his first 100 days in office with a rally in Harrisburg.
Trump tweeted Saturday he “will be holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania” April 29.
The rally is scheduled to take place at 7:30 p.m. in the New Holland Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex.
Trump tweeted that he’s looking forward to marking his 100th day in office but he also criticized the benchmark as a “ridiculous standard.”
Members of the media and political pundits have been using the 100-day standard to measure presidents’ success since President Franklin Roosevelt’s first term in 1933.
Roosevelt said his actions in the first 100 days were critical because would they set the tone of his presidency.
There have been mixed reviews of Trump’s first 100 days and he has received some criticism for Congress’ inability to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, among other things.
In Trump’s weekly address, he painted a more optimistic picture, saying this administration has created a more secure America by removing job-killing regulations, protecting the borders and unleashing American energy.
As the 100-day mark approaches, Trump’s administration will be focusing on helping Congress avoid a possible government shut down that ironically, in a worst-case scenario, could happen on his 100thday in office, April 29.
The annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner is also scheduled for April 29 in Washington D.C.
Trump previously said he will not be attending this year's event.


Stay with 69 News for more details about Trump's first 100 days and the upcoming Harrisburg rally.
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