President Trump said Tuesday that he has done "just about more than anybody" in his first four weeks in office.
"There are those that say I've done more than anybody in the first 100 days," Trump, who was sworn in on Jan. 20, said in an interview on "Fox and Friends."
"I've saved billions and billions of dollars," Trump continued, referencing his push to roll back government regulations while lauding his own effort to brink back auto manufacturers from abroad.
Trump also mentioned his administration's ongoing work on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act and his subsequent plans to initiate tax reform for businesses and middle class Americans.
"There are those that are saying that I've done just about more than anybody. Now when you add our healthcare that is going to be coming out soon, and will be a really good healthcare as opposed to ObamaCare, which is a total mess, if you add the tax cuts we are going to be doing as soon as we finish healthcare ... I think that, you know I think I've done just about more than anybody in the first four weeks," Trump said.
Trump has signed a flurry of executive orders on policy issues during his first few weeks in the White House, but no major legislation has been rolled out, and there has been no movement on several of his campaign priorities, such as building a wall along the southern border.
Trump will be addressing a joint session of Congress for the first time as commander in chief on Tuesday evening.