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Alison King in DC Ahead of President Trump's First 100 Days in Office

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    Lawmakers such as Bill Keating criticized the start to President Trump's presidency in Washington Friday.

    (Published Saturday, April 29, 2017)

    NBC Boston is in Washington, D.C., ahead of President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.

    Political reporter Alison King is reporting live from the Capitol on Friday afternoon through the evening, interviewing members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation about Trump's accomplishments and setbacks during the first stage of his presidency.

    Mass. Delegation Weighs in on 100 Day BenchmarkMass. Delegation Weighs in on 100 Day Benchmark

    Democrats from Massachusetts were highly critical of Donald Trump Friday in Washington.

    (Published Friday, April 28, 2017)

    New England Democrats unanimously voiced their criticism of the beginning of Trump's presidency.

    "I think there's been a loss of confidence, even within his own party, for his governing ability," said Democratic Rep. Bill Keating of Massachusetts.

    Democrats Would Give Trump's First 100 Days an 'F'Democrats Would Give Trump's First 100 Days an 'F'

    Rep. Michael Capuano and Rep. Joe Kennedy of Massachusetts, and Rep. Annie Kuster of New Hampshire, are three New England Democrats to criticize President Trump in Washington Friday.

    (Published Friday, April 28, 2017)

    "I would have to give the president an 'F,'" said Rep. Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts.

    "The president believes that Pennsylvania Avenue is a one-way street," said Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts. "He sends down his proposals, and we're just supposed to represent them."

    Mass. Congressional Delegation Discuss Trump's 1st 100 DaysMass. Congressional Delegation Discuss Trump's 1st 100 Days

    Members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation discuss President Trump's accomplishments and setbacks during the first stage of his presidency.

    (Published Friday, April 28, 2017)

    King will also interview Republican Andy Card, a Massachusetts native who served as Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush.

    Watch for her live reports Friday at 4, 5, 6, 7 and 11 p.m.

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