As I write this, Trump is one day away from his 100th day in office. While many are assessing his first 100 Days performance, one negative thing that sticks out is the fact that he still hasn't filled hundreds of critical jobs in his administration.
While he and others might try to blame the Senate Democrats for not quickly confirming his nominees, the real truth is that he has not yet named 470 nominees of 556 critical jobs; making his slowness in this area, the worst when compared to the 6 prior administrations. Of the remaining "named" nominees, half are in limbo and haven't even been submitted to the Senate because they are awaiting the results of FBI background checks and ethics investigations.
It's hard to believe that the Trump agenda can be fulfilled while so many critical positions remain vacant.
Help wanted: Trump administration still has hundreds of jobs to fill: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/04/24/help-wanted-trump-administration-still-has-hundreds-of-jobs-to-fill.html
Trump's biggest unfilled jobs: http://www.politico.com/agenda/story/2017/04/25/top-unfilled-jobs-trump-administration-000426