This week, we’ll take a look at President Trump’s first 100 days in office (which is the approximate equivalent of a million-trillion-bazillion media days). The Guardian has been keeping track of each of the days (and each of the 929 Tweets): Tracking the 45th President, One Day at a Time.

+ “I think the 100 days is, you know, it’s an artificial barrier. It’s not very meaningful. I think I’ve established amazing relationships that will be used the four or eight years, whatever period of time I’m here. I think for that I would be getting very high marks because I’ve established great relationships with countries, as President el-Sissi has shown and others have shown. Well, if you look at the president of China, people said they’ve never seen anything like what’s going on right now. I really liked him a lot. I think he liked me. We have a great chemistry together.” The president reflects on his first hundred days (and a lot more) in an interview with AP. Here’s the transcript. Even by the standards to which we’ve now grown accustomed, it’s a trip.

+ One thing we’ve learned during the first hundred days is the importance the president places on cable news coverage. “I’m not firing Sean Spicer … That guy gets great ratings. Everyone tunes in.”

+ The New Yorker’s David Remnick, not a fan of the first hundred days: “The hundred-day marker is never an entirely reliable indicator of a four-year term, but it’s worth remembering that Franklin Roosevelt and Barack Obama were among those who came to office at a moment of national crisis and had the discipline, the preparation, and the rigor to set an entirely new course. Impulsive, egocentric, and mendacious, Trump has, in the same span, set fire to the integrity of his office.”

+ While some see a presidency on fire, others are far less concerned. Consider this: Only 2 Percent of Americans Who Voted for Trump Regret It.