Trump's first 100 days – by the numbers

President Trump hit his 100th day in office on Saturday, with the White House claiming they've accomplished more in the opening stretch than any president since Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Fox News took a look at the stats, and broke down the first 100 days by the numbers. From meetings with foreign leaders to golf outings to a flurry of executive orders, here’s what Trump has done in his first 100 days:

Signed 28 bills and resolutions into law

The White House says Trump has signed more legislation in his first 100 days than any president since Harry Truman. It's technically true; Trump signed 28 bills and resolutions into law in his first 100 days, though they generally were not major pieces of legislation. Thirteen of the 28 bills signed were done under the Congressional Review Act to roll back Obama-era regulations.

Here are the other 15 bills Trump signed into law:

? Jan. 20—signed S.84, a bill to allow the appointment of someone for secretary of defense who has not been retired from the Armed Forces for at least seven years. Gen. Jim Mattis had only been retired for three years, requiring a waiver from Congress in order to be confirmed for the Cabinet post—Trump signed this on Inauguration Day.

? Jan. 31—signed H.R.72, the GAO Access and Oversight Act of 2017, which authorized the Government Accountability Office to obtain federal agency records required to discharge GAO duties.

? Feb. 28—signed H.R. 255, Promoting Women in Entrepreneurship Act.

? Feb. 28—signed H.R. 321, Inspiring the Next Space Pioneers, Innovators, Researchers, and Explorers (INSPIRE) Women Act.

? March 13—signed H.R. 609, a bill to designate the Department of Veterans Affairs health care center in Center Township, Butler County, Pa., as the “Abie Abraham VA Clinic.”

? March 21—signed S. 442, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Transition Authorization Act.

? March 28—signed S. 305, the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act.

? March 31—signed H.R. 1362, a bill to name the Department of Veterans Affairs community-based clinic in Pago Pago, American Samoa, the “Faleomavaega Eni Fa’aua’a Hunkin VA Clinic.”

? March 31—signed S.J. Res 1, a joint resolution to approve the location of a memorial to commemorate and honor members of Armed Forces who served in active duty in Operation Desert Storm or Operation Desert Shield.

? April 3—signed H.R. 1228, a bill to allow the appointment of members of the Board of Directors of the Office of Compliance to replace members whose terms expire during 2017.

? April 18—signed H.R. 353, the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act.

? April 19---signed S. 544, a bill to amend Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 to change the termination date for the Veterans Choice Program.

? April 19—signed S.J. Res 30, a joint resolution to reappoint Steve Case as a citizen regent of the Board of Regents for the Smithsonian Institution.

? April 19—signed S.J. Res 35, a joint resolution to appoint Michael Govan as a citizen regent of the Board of Regents for the Smithsonian Institution.

? April 19—signed S.J. Res 36, a joint resolution to appoint Roger Ferguson as a citizen regent of Board of Regents for the Smithsonian Institution.

Signed 30 executive orders

Trump signed 30 executive orders in his first 100 days. By comparison, during their first 100 days, President Barack Obama signed 19, George W. Bush signed 11, and Bill Clinton signed 13. The last time any president came close to Trump in signed orders was President Lyndon B. Johnson, who signed 26.

Click here to review Trump's executive orders.

Visited 11 states for events

Trump has traveled to 11 states for 13 events outside of Washington, D.C., since he took the oath of office-- not including weekend trips to Mar-a-Lago, or Saturday's visit to Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania: Jan. 26—Trump went to the GOP retreat in Philadelphia

? Delaware: Feb. 1—Trump visited Dover Air Force Base for the arrival of the remains of a U.S Navy SEAL killed in combat.

Florida: Feb. 6—Trump went to U.S. Central Command in Tampa and gave a speech.

South Carolina: Feb. 17 –Trump went to North Charleston for the introduction of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner.

Florida: Feb. 18—Trump went to Melbourne for his first rally since he became president.

? Maryland: Feb. 24—Trump attended CPAC outside Washington.

Virginia: March 2—Trump gave a speech aboard the Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier.

Florida: March 3—Trump discussed education at St. Andrews Catholic School in Pine Hills.

Michigan: March 15—Trump gave a speech at the American Center for Mobility in Detroit.

Tennessee: March 15—Trump held a rally in Hermitage on the 250th birthday of Andrew Jackson.

Kentucky: March 20—Trump had a rally in Louisville to promote the first GOP plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

Wisconsin: April 18—Trump signed the “Buy American, Hire American” executive order in Kenosha.

Georgia: April 28—Trump spoke at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Atlanta.

Had in-person meetings with 15 foreign leaders

Trump has met with 15 foreign leaders in his first 100 days, five of which were leaders of Middle Eastern countries.

? United Kingdom: British Prime Minister Theresa May, held joint press conference

? Jordan: King Abdullah II (twice)

Japan: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, held joint press conference

Canada: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, held joint press conference

Israel: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, held joint press conference

? Peru: President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

Saudi Arabia: Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Mohammed bin Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud

Ireland: Prime Minister Edna Kenny

Germany: Chancellor Angela Merkel, held joint press conference

Iraq: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi

- Denmark: Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen

? Egypt: President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

China: President Xi Jingping

? Italy: Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, held joint press conference

- Argentina: President Mauricio Macri

Held 1 solo press conference, held 8 with foreign leaders

Trump only gave one solo press conference in the first 100 days. The rest were joint press conferences with foreign leaders.

Spent 7 weekends at Mar-a-Lago

Trump has spent seven of the 13 weekends of his presidency at his Palm Beach property, Mar-a-Lago, which many refer to as the ‘southern White House’.

In total, Trump has spent 25 days at Mar-a-Lago—10 full days, 15 half days—that’s an estimated 419 ¼ hours in Palm Beach County as president.

Feb. 3-6: the weekend included a Super Bowl watch party and the 60th Annual Red Cross Ball at Trump International.

Feb. 10-12: Trump hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago, went golfing, and had a news conference in response to a North Korean missile launch.

Feb. 17-20: Trump had a rally in Melbourne, Fla.

March 3-5: Trump spent the weekend in Palm Beach.

? March 17-19: Trump, the first lady, and their son Barron went to Mar-a-Lago. Trump visited his Trump International Golf Club, and Vice President Pence stopped by on March 18.

April 6-9: Trump had Chinese President Xi Jinping for a visit -- and ordered missile strikes on Syria from the situation room in Mar-a-Lago.

April 13-16: Trump and his family spent Easter weekend at Mar-a-Lago, got in a couple of rounds of golf, and attended Easter mass at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea.

Golfed 16 times

Trump has gone on at least 16 golf outings since becoming president—all of which have been on Saturdays and Sundays and at Trump-branded courses.

?  13 have been at Trump International in West Palm Beach

?  1 at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Fla.

?  2 at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va.

Fox News' Bryan Murphy and Amy Leedecke contributed to this report.