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Should They Win, Candidates Plan Their First 100 Days in Office

Every journey starts with a single step and every American presidency is measured by the first 100 days.  The term is used to measure the successes and accomplishments of a president in the time when his or her power and influence is at its peak. The term was first used in a radio address by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933. Since then presidential hopefuls have outlined their vision of what they hope to achieve in the first 100 days. This year’s candidates, Democrat Hillary...

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