Here’s Everything Trump Did In His Fourth Week In Office

From reckless calls at Mar-A-Lago to forcing Chris Christie to eat meatloaf, it was another bad week. We’re keeping track.

February 17, 2017
Here’s Everything Trump Did In His Fourth Week In Office President Trump extends his hand to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during their meeting at the White House, February 16.   Pool / Getty
Held a phone call regarding a North Korean missile launched towards Japan in front of several guests at Mar-a-Lago.
Signed a Congressional Review Act resolution undoing requirements for oil companies to disclose payments to foreign governments.
Met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
According to a White House statement, called for National Security Director Mike Flynn's resignation because he had "lost Trump's trust"…
Then said Flynn had been treated "very, very unfairly" by the "fake media"…
And then essentially implied the information had merit by referring to "illegal leaks."


Knowingly left his Vice President Mike Pence in the dark about General Flynn.
Continued to go on about the election while denying collusion with Russian, and apparently does not know how to spell the word "nonsense."
Clumsily dodged a question about anti-semitism after his meeting with Israeli president Benjamin Netanyahu.
Blocked Rex Tillerson’s nomination of Elliott Abrams for deputy secretary of state because he criticized Trump's campaign.

"The president overruled his secretary of state — following meeting with Tillerson, Abrams and son-in-law Jared Kushner — after reading news reports about their meeting, which included references to Abrams' criticisms of Trump during last year's presidential campaign, according to people familiar with the decision," Politico reported.

Did not send anyone to the RSA Conference on computer security.
Bashed the press again at his batshit first solo news conference.

Read an annotated transcript from NPR.

Literally said: "This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine."
Told a reporter he doesn't know where he got the idea that his electoral win was the "biggest since Reagan."

"I don't know," the president said. "Someone gave it to me."

When AURN reporter April Ryan asked about the Congressional Black Caucus, he suggested she set up the meeting for him.

After claiming he is the "least racist" and "least anti-semitic" person.

Congratulated himself on the stock market doing well, even though he has only been in office for four weeks.
Signed a bill undoing the Office of Surface Mining's Stream Protection Rule, which protects coal mining waste from contaminating water.
And bragged about it.
Made Chris Christie order the meatloaf.

‘‘This is what it’s like to be with Trump,’’ Christie said about eating with Trump at the White House. ‘‘He says, ‘There’s the menu, you guys order whatever you want.’ And then he says, ‘Chris, you and I are going to have the meatloaf.’’’

After Andy Puzder withdrew, nominated Alexander Acosta to be his new labor secretary.
Got turned down by Vice Admiral Robert Harward for National Security Advisor.

Harward called the offer a "s*** sandwich," CNN reported.

Appointed Sebastian Gorka, another ex-Breitbart News dude, as an advisor.
And all the while, is wasting taxpayers' money on unnecessary trips and security.
Here’s Everything Trump Did In His Fourth Week In Office