Washington, Apr 29: Barack Obama will celebrate the completion of his first hundred days in the office on Wednesday, Apr 29 by visiting St Louis for a town hall meeting. He will later be addressing a press conference in Washington reveling his assessment in the early days.
The White House initially called the traditional 100 day performance milestone a 'hallmark holiday' and showed unwillingness to take part in it. However, they later changed their minds to have a talk with the residents of the nation's breadbasket to understand the effects of the economic crisis in the place that is worst hit.
Obama's first 100 days was decked with fighting global terror, an economic crisis worse than the great depression of the 1930s and a pandemic, swine flu.
He has made milestone changes in foreign relations with Cuba and Iraq along with policy shifts towards China and Mexico. In an effort to improve economic status, he has provided for 787-billion-dollar stimulus bill, along with environmental and health care reforms on the launch.
Obama's own spokesman Robert Gibbs gave Obama a grade of "B plus," observing that 'there's always room for improvement'. A survey on Obama's leadership showed positive reactions of the people towards him with 63 per cent approving his presidency.