Feels like we’re working in ‘dog years!’ Kellyanne Conway says ‘Trump effect’ already taking off in D.C.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway had a catchy phrase to describe the productive atmosphere created in Washington, D.C. by President Donald Trump.

Conway remarked that the “Trump effect” was taking over as the president accomplished so much in his first workday.

“I will tell you,  it struck me last night at the end of day one, everything in Trump world feels like we did it in dog years,” Conway said on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday.

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“You have to multiply it by seven. It’s unbelievable,” she said.  “You got one guy here for eight years. You got President Trump here for eight hours and just already feels like the Trump effect.”

Since taking the oath of office, Trump has made good on many of his campaign promises. On Monday, he signed executive orders ending U.S. involvement with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, blocking funding to groups advocating or performing abortions outside of the U.S., and imposing a hiring freeze on many federal agencies.

Twitter users agreed with Conway and celebrated the flurry of activity.

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