With President Donald Trump hitting the 100-day in office milestone he touted so profoundly on the campaign trail, the “Michigan Matters” roundtable of Denise Ilitch, Cliff Russell and Lena Epstein joined host Carol Cain to dissect the marker and impact on his presidency.READ MORE: Striking Kellogg's Workers Receiving 3% Raises In New Contract
Epstein, who served as Co-Chair of the Trump Michigan campaign, said it didn’t mean much and he had much more time to confront issues like the Affordable Care Act.
Russell, who hosts a weekday show 2-4 pm on 910 AM, disagreed and said he had talked so much about getting things done — including healthcare and building of the wall in Mexico — which have not been resolved — that it will cause issues for him.
Ilitch, a Democrat who serves as regent at the University of Michigan, said Trump’s performance would plague him as his presidency continued.
On other issues, the panel discussed Jim Harbaugh and the UM football team trip to Rome where they met with Pope Francis this week. Harbaugh also presented him with a UM helmet and running shoes.READ MORE: 87% Of Michigan's COVID ICU Patients Unvaccinated, Hospital Association Says
Also appearing on the show was Judith Hayner, who talked about the nationally-reknown Edward Curtis exhibit which debuts May 11 at the Muskegon Museum of Art. It shares the human experience of Native American life through photography from the start of 21st Century. The exhibit will be open until Sept. 10.
And Mary Romaya also appears to discuss new Chaldean Cultural Center History Museum in West Bloomfield opening next Tuesday. It took 14 years to plan and implement the impressive facility.MORE NEWS: Democrats Renew Push For Gun-Control Legislation After Oxford High School Shooting
Watch “Michigan Matters” 11:30 Sunday on CBS 62.