White House press secretary Sean Spicer defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days

PHOTO: Members of the media raise their hands as White House Press secretary Sean Spicer answers questions during the daily briefing in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House April 24, 2017, in Washington.PlayPablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo
WATCH White House press secretary defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days

White House press secretary Sean Spicer today defended President Trump's record less than a week before the milepost of the administration's first 100 days.

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"When you look at the totality of what we've accomplished ... it is unbelievable what he has been able to do," Spicer said at the day's press briefing.

He bristled when asked whether Trump would consider inaction or stalled action on issues that were regular parts of his campaign speeches a failure, including the promise to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Spicer said that "you can cherry-pick" issues "to look and pick out two or three things" that were not completely addressed during the first 100 days but argued that it would be an inaccurate picture of the administration's work.

"It's easy to nitpick," he said.

"I don't think there's any question that the president has done a significant amount on the issues that he put forward in the campaign," he said, citing Trump's signing of "a record number" of executive orders.

"We are very proud, and the president is very proud of what he's been able to accomplish in the first 100 days ... but we also want to start talking about the next 100 days," Spicer said.

Spicer also said that while he "can't guarantee" a government shutdown will be avoided, he doesn't think it's going to happen.

"I can't guarantee," he said of ongoing budget negotiations. "But I think that the work that [Office of Management and Budget] Director [Mick] Mulvaney and others have made in this front and negotiations have been very positive. They feel very confident that won't happen.

"We feel very confident that the government is not going to shut down," he said.