From a statistical point of view this is the worst first 100 days in presidential history with nothing more than a supreme court appointment to his credit and the lowest approval rating ever for a newly elected President. But then I don't think anyone should be too surprised because you could see this coming.
Donald Trump leaves a trail of failed business ventures and lawsuits behind him and whatever reputation he has gained among his base as a successful and shrewd businessman he has gained via firing people on reality television. Except that now he is dealing with actual reality and there is nowhere to hide.
His base will grow increasingly frustrated over time and the congressmen who backed him will need to answer to constituents who want their health care improved instead of taken away. That bill that the Republicans are trying to refashion will ostensibly add another 50 million Americans to the rolls of the uninsured.
Recently a doctor stood up at the town hall of a California congresswoman who argued that single payer health care wasn't feasible because Republicans would vote it down. This doctor was seeing children die due to the fact that their parents could not afford to pay for basic inhalers. She was rightly frustrated and brought this stark reality to the meeting and the reply she received was less than satisfying. Imagine if Martin Luther King has said that segregation couldn't be defeated because the political will wasn't there.
The next 100 days promise to be just as deceiving..