Wednesday, VP Mike Pence acknowledged that there are a few of Trump’s administration promises that have yet show follow through. However, he remains confident that their efforts to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act are certainly coming in our future.
Pence said during an interview Wednesday that Trump still has his sights set on keeping their healthcare promises. They are meeting with Congress to make the first step towards replacing Obamacare with Trump’s new vision.
Mike Pence also says he feels that the President’s first 100 days in office have been successful. He referred to their administration’s efforts towards job expansion and getting Justice Neil Gorsuch into the Supreme Court. He says he feels that the public will agree that he is off to a good start, and the best is still ahead.
However, Trump has been getting some criticism for his actions in Syria. Pence still agrees that they made the right decision, saying that the President’s choice on launching missiles on the Syria airbase that started a chemical attack was what needed to be done.
According to recent polls on Trump’s approval ratings, they seem to be at record lows for a new President. However, Pence says he couldn’t be prouder to be a part of his administration. The Vice President also feel that American’s will have the ability to pinpoint multiple accomplishments within his first 100 days.
Pence said as they get closer to their 100-day mark, voters should be able to reflect back and realize the determination Trump has put into practice.