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US President Donald Trump departs the White House for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he will hold a rally on the 100th day of his presidency on April 29, 2017 in Washington, DC. (AFP)
US President Donald Trump departs the White House for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he will hold a rally on the 100th day of his presidency on April 29, 2017 in Washington, DC. (AFP)
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It's been one hundred days since President Donald Trump began his controversial term in office.

It's been full of surprises and controversies. His travel bans, his tough stance against North Korea and his strange U-Turns on the NATO and Russia. But the controversies for not stop there. He's been at loggerheads with Republicans and in the Congress over major issues.

His budget proposals, his healthcare plan and the scandal over his disgraced former national security Mike Flynn have all been major controversial headline during the past 100 days.  But how do major US newspapers view his one hundred days in office?