The US president Donald Trump has been at his wits end over the course of his first 100 days in office.
On top of the challenges he has faced in the first 100 hours, the most important thing that has happened during that time is the inauguration of his own new administration, with its first 100 people elected and new policies being pushed through.
Here’s what we know about the most notable accomplishments in his first year so far.
TOP: Trump takes the oath of office, with a speech from the White House podium on January 20, 2017.
It was the second inauguration for Trump after his election victory in November.
TOP SECRET: Trump’s team, along with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, arrive at the White house on January 21, 2017, in Washington, DC.
The US will have two new cabinet secretaries and a new secretary of state, after Trump’s unexpected victory in the November election.
The president has appointed a new director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, but the agency’s director is not confirmed until mid-January.
TOP STATUS: Trump meets with world leaders at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on January 22, 2017 in Hamburg.
It’s his first official meeting with world heads of state since taking office.
TOP UNCOMMON: The US moves to declare the opioid crisis a national emergency, the first time the administration has done so.
TOP PROBLEM: The White House is rocked by the fallout from the Russia probe.
The special counsel Robert Mueller, appointed by Trump to investigate ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, is looking into whether the Trump administration obstructed justice.
He’s also investigating whether Trump obstructed the Justice Department, according to news reports.
TOP TRACK: Trump signs an executive order establishing the National Endowment for the Arts, in the Oval Office on January 24, 2017 at the US Capitol in Washington.
TOP MONEY: Trump announces a $1.9 trillion tax cut for the wealthiest Americans, a major boon for the US economy.
TOP SCENARIO: Trump, flanked by Vice President Pence and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, speaks during a ceremony at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington on January 25, 2017 to mark the centennial of the integration of African Americans into the United States.
The museum is a key focus of the museum’s $1 billion project, which also features a display on the civil rights movement, which is commemorated with the centenary of the Civil Rights Act.
TOP COVID: The United States is the first country in the world to declare a national health emergency over coronavirus, with the government ordering a nationwide lockdown.
TOP TARGET: The National Rifle Association, which has long fought for stricter gun control laws, is outraged at the president’s comments on banning the production of guns for anyone who is not a US citizen.
Trump called for the ban to be lifted, but NRA officials have warned the move would not be popular with the NRA’s members, and many NRA members have expressed outrage over the comment.
TOP ANTI-TRUMP: Trump lashes out at the United Nations, saying it was “disgraceful” that the UN had not endorsed him for president.
TOP JOB BOOST: Trump orders the Pentagon to hire more than 2,000 new military personnel, bringing the total to around 3,000 people, according the Pentagon.
TOP HEALTH CARE: Trump says he will sign an executive action aimed at rolling back the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare law Trump campaigned on.
TOP WAR: Trump accuses the North Korean government of launching a ballistic missile over Japan, which prompted an international reaction.
The Pentagon said that Pyongyang’s missile launch came from a test site, which had been shut down in April for a period of time, but that it was not yet known whether the launch was a successful test.
TOP POLITICAL DISCOVERY: Trump is criticised for failing to fully disclose his finances, including his tax returns, which the Senate is expected to release next week.
TOP RESULT: Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United US.
He was sworn into office by Vice-President Mike Pence, who has said he will not be the candidate Trump wanted as the Republican candidate in 2020.
TOP SURRENDER: The Democratic Party wins control of the House of Representatives, with former Vice President Joe Biden taking the seat vacated by his predecessor, former President Barack Obama.
TOP CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION: Democrats retake the Senate in the midterm elections, defeating the Republicans.
TOP DEBATE: Trump talks about the opioid epidemic with US House Speaker Paul Ryan, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Vice President-elect Mike Pence in the White Senate Office Building in Washington after the inauguration on January 27, 2017 (AFP Photo/Mandel Ngan) TOP JOURNEY: Trump travels to Florida for a rally on the morning of January 28, where he announces a