The first 100 Days of Barack Obama

The first 100 days of Barack Obama’s presidency began with his inauguration on January 20, 2009 as the 44th President of the United States. Obama’s 100th day in office was April 29, 2009. The first 100 days of a presidential term took on symbolic significance during Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration, and the period is considered a benchmark to measure the early success of a president.

I am pleased, but not satisfied, it’s a good start but we have much to do… so reports Obama on his 100th day. See the polls of Obama’s job performande and the polls of our previous presidents. The Inaugural Speech, his major speeches during the first 100 days and his administration’s posted goals on Civil Rights, the Economy, Getting out of Iraq and many more are in this book.

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