During an exclusive interview tonight, Martha MacCallum asked President Donald Trump about some criticism he's been receiving for allegedly failing to pass any "major legislation" in his first 100 days.

Trump said anyone who makes that assertion is "really wrong," pointing out that 28 bills have been passed since he took office, and that number could rise to 32 over the weekend.

MacCallum noted that Trump hasn't managed to push through several of his major campaign promises: health care reform, tax reform and immigration reform.

"When you were running, you said, 'I'm going to do great deals with Congress. I'm going to have great relationships on Capitol Hill,'" MacCallum said. "Are you disappointed with how the Republicans have handled these big issues?"

Trump acknowledged that he is indeed disappointed, particularly with House Republicans failing to pass an ObamaCare repeal and replacement plan.

"I'm disappointed that it doesn't go quicker," he answered, adding that House Speaker Paul Ryan is "trying very hard" to get things done in a "very tough system."

"We're dealing with obstructionists," Trump added. "I don't have one Democratic vote."

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