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Well today if president Obama's hundredth day in office senior Washington correspondent Peter -- takes a closer look.
At a very busy three months.
-- President Obama marking 100 days in office where that town hall style event in Saint Louis today.
At a prime time press conference tonight.
And I don't think anyone would disagree that it has been at least an interest being an important first 100 days for the president and the country.
Between an 800 billion dollar stimulus package to revive the economy.
New plans to stabilize banks and the housing market.
Our rescue for the US auto industry a proposed budget with -- ambitious ideas for health care and energy reform.
Ramping down the war in Iraq and ramping up the fight in Afghanistan and now the Swine Flu outbreak.
The president's Press Secretary giving the Obama administration upbeat plus for the first 100 days.
I think the president and the administration are pleased with.
What has been done in the first hundred days if you look at.
We starting the restarting credit flowing increased financial stability.
-- recovery and reinvestment plan but as I've also said.
I think the American people are less likely to spend a lot of time sitting around wins it.
Judging what we've done -- first hundred days and are more concerned with what we're gonna do each and every day going forward to continue the progress.
That we started in the first part of this administration.
-- also joking to reporters that the president had asked him to review that B plus grade Jenna acting.
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