Arnold: Marking his symbolic 100th day in office, President Barack Obama said on Wednesday: "I'm pleased with the progress we've made but I'm not satisfied."
"I'm confident in the future but I'm not content with the present," the President told a town-hall style event in a St. Louis suburb.
Later, the President planned to head back to Washington to send that same message to the rest of the country at a prime time news conference.
Even as his administration sought to minimize the symbolism of the 100-day marker, the White House staged these two high-profile, high-visibility events to promote Obama's accomplishments while pressing his big-ticket agenda.
Images: Obama speaks at a town hall style meeting at Fox Senior High School in Arnold on Wednesday. (Copyright AP. Unauthorised reproduction is prohibited.)
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