The first 100 days of a presidency are widely considered the best time for a new commander-in-chief to push for their agenda. For President Donald Trump, a lack of public support and Republican infighting and incompetence in Congress has largely thwarted this goal. But part of Trump's inability to enact the policy proposals he advocated for in his campaign seems to be his own fault — the presidential pivot that Trump promised after the election never came, and it's negated his ability to command the public's respect and support. These terrible things Trump said in his first 100 days as president are by no means the only ones, but they show exactly how "unpresidential" his behavior still is.
After the presidential election in November, pundits and spectators observed that even Trump seemed to be a little surprised by the results. He had never fit the mold of a presidential candidate, and he didn't seem to be on his way to change as president, either. His first joint address to Congress had many people believing that Trump had finally pivoted and adopted the more presidential tone that the American public has grown to expect, but he quickly lost that rapport amid the growing scandal of possible Russian involvement in his campaign. A hundred days in office hasn't done much to change him, as shown through these quotes from the last three months.