The history of grading a president’s first 100 days

The history of grading a president’s first 100 days – CBS News

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The first 100 days is when a president is expected to be most productive, but that amount of time represents less than seven percent of a president’s four-year term. “CBS This Morning: Saturday” takes a look at why we use a seemingly arbitrary time frame to take stock of a presidency and who set the standard in the first place.

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