Well, according to the president, he's got them beat.
"I truly believe that the first 100 days of my Administration has been just about the most successful in our country's history," Trump says in his weekly address, released Friday, a day ahead of the milestone. "In just fourteen weeks, my administration has brought profound change to Washington."
During the four-minute address, Trump discusses the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Justice Neil Gorsuch, his budget-trimming abilities and other topics that have played prominently since he assumed office.
Trump also boasts that he has created thousands of jobs.
"Most importantly, we're bringing back jobs," he says. "You asked the people of Michigan; you asked the people of Ohio; you can ask the people of Pennsylvania. See what's happening. See the car companies come roaring back in. They don't want to leave. They want to stay here. They want a piece of the action."
He adds, "The massive Keystone Pipeline, the Dakota Pipeline -– tens of thousands of jobs right there. And so many other businesses. We're really proud of what we’re doing."
But above all, he says, is "the renewal of the American Spirit. As long as we have faith in each other, and trust in God, then the sun will always shine on our very Glorious Republic."
Trump touted even more success from his first 100 days in an op-ed published in the Washington Post on Saturday. He wrote that he has kept his promise to Americans in his plan to re-negotiation the North American Free Trade Agreement, "remove job-killing regulations," and through increased immigration and criminal enforcement, including an inter-agency group targeting criminal cartels like the gang MS-13.
"The White House is once again the People’s House," Trump wrote at the end of the op-ed. "And I will do everything in my power to be the People’s President — to faithfully, loyally and proudly champion the incredible citizens who love this nation and who call this God-blessed land their home."