President Trump complained Friday that the media would try to downplay any achievements he accomplishes during his first 100 days in office, which he also said is an arbitrary standard.

"No matter how much I accomplish during the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days, & it has been a lot (including S.C.), media will kill!" Trump tweeted, referring to his appointment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch to the bench.

The first 100 days of a presidency has been held up as a crucial period for new leaders ever since Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office in 1933 during the Great Depression. Roosevelt used the first 100 days of his presidency to push through reforms to the financial system and tried to get bills passed that would act as a stimulus to the struggling economy.

Since that time, the first three months or so of a president's term has been viewed as a crucial time for a new president to enact his agenda. While Trump has not helped usher any major legislation through Congress, he's signed a number of executive orders to help fulfill campaign pledges.

Trump had other issues with the media Friday morning as well, retweeting a "Fox and Friends" post about the New York Times sports section's tweet comparing the New England Patriot's 2015 and 2017 visits to the White House.

The tweet alluded to the Patriots delegation being significantly smaller to visit Trump than it was when it visited Obama in 2015, but the team said the photos lacked context and the delegation was about the same.

Trump also played political pundit for the French presidential election, predicting that the death of a police officer during a shooting in Paris Thursday would impact the upcoming presidential election.

"Another terrorist attack in Paris. The people of France will not take much more of this. Will have a big effect on presidential election!" Trump tweeted.