President Trump seems to have a complicated relationship with the 100-day mark of his administration.

In recent weeks, Trump has called the first-100-days measure a “ridiculous standard.” But it's a standard that candidate Trump set for himself by making major campaign promises about what he would accomplish in that time frame.  In these final days before the April 29 deadline, the administration has been scrambling to check off items on his 100-day action plan and touting total numbers of signed executive orders and legislation.

So what does a fair assessment of Trump's first 100 days in office look like?

On this week's episode of "Can He Do That?" we break from our normal format to ask a group of Post reporters: Can Trump come through on his 100-day contract with the American voter? We take a look at how many promises he’s upheld, how the American electorate is responding and the ways his first few months in office are telling of what’s to come in the next four years.

The Post's national political correspondent, Karen Tumulty, fact-checker Michelle Ye Hee Lee and The Fix reporter Aaron Blake come together for a roundtable discussion about Trump's achievements and shortcomings in his first 100 days.

 This is part of the Washington Post’s new podcast series “Can He Do That?” Listen online or subscribe to receive future episodes: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher