Columnist Michael Walsh said on Sunday's edition of FOX & Friends if what President Trump is doing is chaos, we need more of it. Walsh, using FDR's first 100 days as a reference, said Trump has got more done against greater opposition.
MICHAEL WALSH: There's been too much criticism of this president I think for not conforming to the norms of what the media and the Democrats think a presidency ought to be and what a president ought to do and my argument today in the New York Post is chaos is actually a good thing, it depends on how you define chaos, of course.
ED HENRY, FOX NEWS: So how do you define it here?
MICHAEL WALSH, NEW YORK POST: I define it with the president what he's doing, if it's not working, fix it, change it, fire this guy, change this person, get it until you get it right, and so that's what he's doing. I think it's why he's been so effective over the last 15, 16 months of this presidency...
ED HENRY: You say he's the most effective president since FDR? How do you back that up? FDR accomplished a lot in the Great Depression.
MICHAEL WALSH: Yes, that's true. But in the famous hundred days when all this legislation got passed when things got done, what the president's done I believe in the year-plus is get more done against greater opposition than anyone I've seen in my lifetime certainly, and all of this stuff... I think the president's supporters have to understand that this is what you get with Donald Trump. As long as the president keeps his core values, as long as he keeps living up to what he campaigned on, his group, his audience, his voters will stay with him. And the media's just going to have to get used to being tired, have to run around a little.