Today marks President Trump's 100th day in office. It is a historical occasion to look at the past 3 months in office and assess what has happened.
Trump's presidency has been one of the most divisive of our nation's history. But many have argued that it is not Donald Trump who is responsible for the dividing; it was the state of our nation regardless of him.
But Trump's latest remarks on his first 100 days to Reuters shows that it is definitely a tough job--even for the very confident business mogul.
"I loved my previous life. I had so many things going," Trump told Reuters. "This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier."
Many are taking his remarks to say that he should step down. But Franklin Graham says the opposite. Drawing attention to what the President just told the NRA, Graham says he is so thankful for this president and asks that we really commit to praying for him.
"Donald Trump is the first president since Ronald Reagan to address the National Rifle Association's annual meeting. He delivered the keynote speech at the NRA's leadership forum to a cheering crowd on Friday afternoon," shares USA Today.
What do you think of Trump's first 100 days in office? And his admission that it has been harder than he anticipated?
Will you take up Graham's challenge to pray for Trump and his family? Share your thoughts and prayers in the Comments! Thank you!