When President Trump was nearing his 100-day mark, there was much discussion about what he had accomplished during that time. Blasting News reported on both when the President was defiant against the traditional standard for the marker and also when -- despite the deadline -- the administration was rushing to accomplishment something. During that time, it was also reported that the republicans were trying to assist the inexperienced president to reach that goal. Much of the President's agenda was already seen as unpopular such as when the bulk of it had already been turned down by the Republican-led Congress.

Republicans embrace Trumpism, unite around 'agenda'

After the 100-day mark had passed, however, Republicans made a unified gesture to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) -- otherwise known as Obamacare -- bypassing the standard process in order to get their own version of health care out of the House and to the Senate, who reportedly said they would write their own bill. Many saw the Senate's response as a complete rejection of the President's agenda and of an unconventional process to break the rules just to get something passed. As the mentioned Blasting News article which reported on the event stated, House Republicans had finally resorted to "Trumpism" and it was yet to be seen if the Senate would do the same.

It would appear that the Senate had eventually resorted to some sort of cautious Trumpism after all, as they hold closed-door meetings to put their American Health Care Act together to get a vote on it before the end of June. Despite the scandals plaguing the administration over potential obstruction of justice and colluding with Russian officials, Republicans acknowledged the optics and presented a "unified front" on Tuesday to show that the President's ability to pass his agenda in Congress was solid.

An article by The Hill titled: "Trump, GOP plot path for agenda," said that President Trump called the meeting to try and get Republicans to move his agenda forward, which is said to be tax reform -- which Blasting News reported on -- and investment in infrastructure. The Hill also acknowledged that these issues are stuck in limbo due to the healthcare bill.

The meeting included Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan without extending an invite to Democrats as the GOP plan to pass their health care bill without them.

No 'agenda' exists

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) were also there. Despite the positive outlook, there is still doubt that they will be able to get as many Senate Republicans as they need to vote and pass their health care bill. Even with this possible problem, it appears that Republicans are otherwise on board with the Trump administration. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said in an interview with Morning Joe on MSNBC Friday morning that there was no agenda by the President coming through Congress.

She also added that he was treating the office as like a reality show rather than legislate. Here is video by Morning Joe Scarborough, a staunch Republican who slams the party for their support of President Trump's agenda.