President Trump marked his 100th day in office Saturday with an exclusive interview with host of CBS News' "Face the Nation" John Dickerson. The president weighed in on his most vexing foreign policy challenge: North Korea. The president also traveled to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for a rally with supporters. Here's Chip Reid.
President Trump's plan to build a border wall was put on hold this week after he backed off a demand for funding from Congress. But the border wall debate rages on in Arizona, where one Native American tribe is fighting to keep the wall off their land. Carter Evans reports.
In February, federal immigration agents arrested more than 680 people believed to be in the country illegally. A statement by the Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, "approximately 75 percent" of those arrested were "convicted of crimes." But according to new data obtained by the Washington Post, that might not be the case. Paula Reid reports.
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.
This week, CBS News polls put President Trump's approval numbers at 41 percent as he hits the 100-day mark. That number is lower than his predecessors at this point in their administrations. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to dig deeper into the results.
Republican strategist and CBS News political contributor Leslie Sanchez and Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's first 100 days in office and what his performance means for the U.S. going forward.