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Donald Trump's surprise win over Hillary Clinton in November's election prompted the owner of White House gifts in the District to make a mad scramble to replace his Clinton T-shirts with Trump shirts and baseball caps. (Photographs by Julia Brouillette/The Washington Times)

Trump inauguration souvenirs expected to be hot items

- The Washington Times

If Jim Warlick had ignored famed statistician Nate Silver, who predicted a Hillary Clinton victory in November, he would be $100,000 richer. That’s how much Mr. Warlick spent on Clinton-themed trinkets and tchotchkes for his presidential souvenir store, White House Gifts, in the months leading up to the election.

President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump, right, arrive at a pre-Inaugural "Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration" at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. At left is daughter Tiffany Trump. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

D.C. denizens backing Trump say he’ll win over skeptics

- The Washington Times

Donald Trump supporters in the District — all 4 percent of the city’s electorate — are relishing the chance to live behind enemy lines with the new president, saying they’re confident they’ll win converts once people see what he has in store for them and their city.

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Alexandria names new police chief

Associated Press

An Alexandria resident with nearly four decades of law enforcement, safety and public policy experience will serve as the Washington suburb's new police chief.