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.
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Anchored by Martha MacCallum, "The First 100 Days" brings you an up-close, nightly look at the critical decisions and key political maneuvers as President Donald Trump seeks to implement his agenda.
Martha said the live hour will be focused on holding the new administration accountable to the people and finding out how Americans feel about what's taking place in Washington, D.C.
"[Donald Trump] made a lot of promises. He promised to cut taxes, to do corporate tax reform, regulations, all of these things that are supposed to roll out on day one. We are really going to be holding him accountable," said MacCallum.
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Just before the administration officially hits the 100-day mark, Martha MacCallum will sit down with President Donald Trump on Friday at 7:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.
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