As reported, the first 100 days

“Instantly comfortable and highly skilled at the hardest job in the world… even temper, cool demeanor, boldness under pressure, shrewd facility for managing personnel, unfailing instincts about when to delegate and when to engage. A handful of public missteps the only true blemishes so far. Has ably balanced the spectacle and the grindstone…”
TIME.com

“I like to say that, in some ways, (he) is the first President since George Washington to be taking a step down into the Oval office.”
ABC

“We’re all immensely proud.”
MSNBC

“I have to tell you, I was blown away by (his) grasp of the subject, how he connected the dots, how he answered the questions without any script.”
ABC

“He has told the world that we will practice what we preach.”
CBS

“This first week was disciplined and strategic …showing that he wants to change the tone in Washington.”
ABC

“Change the tone and change it at warp speed.”
ABC

“You know, a friend of mine said, ‘Oh my God, we have a President again!’ You felt this was a guy who was totally in charge.”
NPR

“…this man is tackling so many issues at once, and in such a capable way.”
CNN

“The defining characteristics of his presidency have been his appetite for leadership, the breadth of his ambitions and his determination to pass his programs…”
Washington Post

“He has set in motion so many initiatives — domestic and international — that his top advisers know that one of their biggest challenges will be to prevent the many pieces of his agenda from crashing into one another before they can be enacted and begin to work.”
Washington Post

“I don’t think you can point to anything at the end of 100 days that will give you a clear indication of how we’re going to see the president’s performance at the end of four years.”
Washington Post

“It will be months before the public begins to judge whether he has delivered the results he is promising.”
Washington Post

The above quotes by the mainstream media are all about the first days and months in office of President…Obama.

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