Priebus Defends President Trump’s Record Ahead Of 100 Day Mark

(AP)–A familiar face made the Sunday morning talk show rounds to defend President Donald Trump’s record ahead of his one hundred day in office mark. Emily Jacobs reports. White House chief of staff and Kenosha native, Reince Priebus told NBC’s “Meet The Press” Sunday that President Trump has done more in his first 100 days than he’s given credit for.

Priebus also blamed Democrats for slowing the president’s cabinet nominees and said that an agreement to fund the government needed by this Friday need not contain funding for a border wall. I’m Emily Jacobs, WLIP News.



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