Pence: US will say Trump ‘off to a great start’ in first 100 days

Vice President Pence on Wednesday said he thinks Americans will reflect positively on President TrumpDonald John TrumpSecret Service members who helped organize Pence Arizona trip test positive for COVID-19: report Trump administration planning pandemic office at the State Department: report Iran releases photo of damaged nuclear fuel production site: report MORE's first 100 days in office.

Pence was asked in a CNN interview whether he was frustrated the administration hasn't been able to do more during its time so far in office, such as fulfilling the pledge to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

"I couldn't be more proud to be a part of an administration that hit the ground running on day one," Pence said.


"And as we approach that 100-day mark, the American people are going to be able to look back and see in the presidency of Donald Trump a determination to put into practice all the things that he campaigned on."

Pence pointed to the president's campaign promises, including "rolling back an avalanche of regulations," appointing a Supreme Court justice and "driving forward" the promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

"And putting together a team and a cabinet that I think has inspired and given confidence to people around the country and frankly around the world," he said.

"I think at the 100-day marker, I think the American people are going to conclude what I've concluded, and that is that President Donald Trump is off to a great start. The best is yet to come."

The 100th day of the Trump administration is coming up later this month.

Trump throughout his campaign vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, former president Obama's signature healthcare bill.

Earlier this year, the GOP healthcare proposal was pulled from the House floor amid dwindling support.