The rocky relationship between President Trump and the media has only grown worse in the few short days since the inauguration -- with accusations of false news reports, inflated crowd estimates and unnecessarily negative coverage fueling mutual distrust between the Fourth Estate and the White House.
Presidential Inauguration 2017
The latest updates and schedule for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration of Donald J. Trump held in Washington, D.C., the week of Jan. 20, including background on the inaugural parade, inaugural balls and galas, swearing-in ceremony and inaugural address.
The bikers stood out at the weekend's inauguration events in Washington with their leathers and colors, a visual reminder of the often-overlooked Americans who came out of the woodwork to unexpectedly propel Donald Trump to the White House.
Eight years after President Obama's rise inspired his party to dream of decades of Democratic control in Washington, his party looked on Friday as President Trump put the final nail in those hopes.
In one of his first actions, President Trump signed an executive order Friday night issuing a government-wide freeze on any new Obamacare regulations, pending a repeal and replacement of the health care law.
The leader of an alt-right group got sucker-punched in the face in the middle of an interview during Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony - and then he said he got spat on.
Sen. Bernie Sanders received a hero's welcome Friday as he prepared to board an airplane flight out of Washington.
President Trump put a hold on all new and pending federal regulation on his first day in office Friday, with a White House memorandum ordering federal agencies to subject the regulations to review by incoming secretaries.
Defense Secretary James Mattis and Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly were sworn in to their new jobs Friday night by Vice President Mike Pence.
On his first day in office, President Trump brought back a bust of the legendary British prime minister to the West Wing, after President Obama had removed it. Mr. Obama replaced it with a bust of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Senate confirmed President Trump's defense and homeland security secretaries Friday, helping fill out his national security team just hours after he was sworn in -- but Democrats were mounting roadblocks to the rest of the Cabinet.
The Senate confirmed the first of President Trump's Cabinet picks Friday, confirming his nominee to lead the Defense Department just hours after he was sworn in.
President Trump kicked off his presidency by upgrading from the fast-food and taco bowls of his campaign to a formal Capitol luncheon of Maine lobster and beef with juniper jus among the most powerful people in Washington -- including his vanquished foe, Hillary Clinton.
President Donald Trump threw down the gauntlet in the fight against terrorism in his inaugural address Friday, pledging to "eradicate" "radical Islamic terrorism" from the world.
Donald John Trump, first dismissed as a stuntman, then a nuisance, then a threat to the political order, took the oath of office Friday to become the 45th president of the United States, ushering in one of the most compelling administrations in history.
Failed presidential candidate Sen. Bernard Sanders said the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump on Friday represents "a tough day for millions of Americans," but he urged his progressive supporters to keep fighting for their values.
The leader of Bikers for Trump, a band of motorcycle enthusiasts who often were an unofficial security force at Donald Trump's campaign events, said they were standing down rather than confront thousands of protesters at the inauguration.
Police and protesters clashed in the nation's capital during Donald Trump's inauguration ceremonies Friday - leading to more than 200 arrests after a faction of anti-establishment activists smashed storefront windows and threw bricks at law enforcement.
President-elect Donald Trump has swapped his Android smartphone for a highly secure device designed to keep his communications safe from eavesdroppers and hackers, according to reports this week.
Unlike many congressional Democrats, Hillary Clinton will attend Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, saying she's at the event to "honor our democracy."
Protests ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration have largely focused on race, with a coalition of students, artists and activists airing their grievances against the incoming administration's policies toward immigration and education.
Sen. Ted Cruz said Friday he thinks the U.S. Senate will ultimately confirm all of President-elect Donald Trump's nominees for Cabinet posts.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama greeted President-elect Donald Trump and incoming first lady Melania Trump at the White House Friday morning, in keeping with a transition tradition.
Protesters descended on Washington, D.C. Friday morning, intent on forming blockades to prevent access to Inauguration Day security checkpoints.
Donald Trump Jr. said Friday that his father has been "humbled" -- even if the president-elect might not show that outwardly -- as the elder Mr. Trump prepares to be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
Incoming White House counselor Kellyanne Conway predicted Friday that President-elect Donald Trump will send a shock through the system "almost immediately" upon being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
The impending rain didn't deter inauguration watchers from streaming through security checkpoints Friday morning to take in the day's festivities.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Friday said people should "take a deep breath" ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, as a number of her fellow Democrats say Mr. Trump wasn't legitimately elected and are skipping the ceremony.
President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural address will include a discussion about the proper role of government and how the country can come together, incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Friday.
President-elect Donald Trump kicked off his inauguration day Friday by giving supporters a heads-up for his swearing-in and saying "the work begins."
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer said Friday that President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet selection process has been a "disaster," but he said it's "too early to tell" whether the full U.S. Senate would actually reject any of the picks.
For years, the Washington National Cathedral, an Episcopal parish with a dual role as a civic gathering place, has hosted a prayer service for the newly sworn-in president. But keeping the tradition this year has caused an uproar among Episcopalians opposed to President-elect Donald Trump.
Russian officials and lawmakers lauded Donald Trump's inauguration Friday as the start of what they hope will be a period of better ties with the United States.
Most presidential candidates pick a place close to the heart to announce their campaigns — a childhood hometown, the place they came of age politically or somewhere associated with a political hero.
While Donald Trump's supporters say he's going to make America great again, domestically and internationally, there is little question that the incoming president's penchant for incendiary rhetoric and unpredictable policy swerves have unsettled audiences around the globe.
At noon on Friday, Reince Priebus, the longest-serving Republican National Committee chairman in history, will officially assume a far more powerful post: White House chief of staff, with 24/7 direct access to the 45th president.
Her life changed forever Friday, when she becomes first lady of the United States. Melania Trump is up for the challenge. She brings a unique, valuable skill set to the White House that includes poise, glamour and mettle honed during her years as a supermodel, wife, mother and businesswoman.
President-elect Donald Trump made a lot of promises about what would happen on Day One of his administration. But what President Trump will actually do remains very murky.
Even before he takes to the podium and places his hand on the Bible, President-elect Donald Trump is poised to make U.S. inauguration history Friday on any number of fronts.
What will FLOTUS be wearing alongside POTUS during the swearing-in ceremony and at the inaugural balls?
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.
The Girl Scouts are sticking by their commitment to march in the inaugural parade Friday despite mounting opposition from Trump foes.
From blocking bridges and roads to shutting down Metro, disruptive protests attempting to undermine the legitimacy of President-elect Donald Trump before his first day in office could have the opposite effect -- making the new president look statesmanlike by comparison, Republican observers say.
Is the political left getting ahead of itself in bashing and trashing the Trump White House? Or are Democrats and left-wing groups gearing up for perpetual protest -- a never-ending onslaught of dissent and criticism aimed at delegitimizing the Trump presidency, discrediting the Trump administration and demonizing all things Trump?
Country music stars Toby Keith and Lee Greenwood will be there. Comedian Drew Carey will be there. So will actor Jon Voight. But the ever-changing lineup of entertainers and celebrities who confirmed for the celebrations surrounding Donald Trump's inauguration -- and then declined -- grew longer in the days leading up to the inauguration.
In the end, Obamacare may have simply proved to be too unwieldy to work.
The mainstream news media adored President Obama for eight years, and they continue to adore him as he leaves office. Incoming President Donald Trump, however, has faced both contempt and critical coverage from journalists and broadcasters throughout his campaign -- and the tradition continues. There's no press honeymoon now and not much chance for one in the future.
It's not that Mike Pence is surprised that Donald Trump won the election -- it's that he's surprised he was along for the ride.
From protesters planning to block access to security checkpoints to the risk of a terrorist driving a truck through a large crowd, the list of potential Inauguration Day disasters is long, but law enforcement agencies are prepared.
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer said Thursday that Democrats would clear the way for confirmation votes on some of President-elect Donald Trump's national security team on Inauguration Day, but threatened to hold up most of the other nominees.
Rep. Filemon Vela claimed Thursday afternoon that dozens of migrant students visiting Washington, D.C., for the inauguration were called "beaners" and "wetbacks" by pro-Donald Trump attendees.
President-elect Donald Trump made another pitch Thursday for the Senate to speed his Cabinet picks through, saying he's assembled the smartest team in history.
The University of Texas will host a "Twerk the Inauguration" event Friday as a response to Donald Trump assuming the presidency, according to Campus Reform.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Thursday slammed Democrats who are boycotting Friday's presidential inauguration and likened the move to abandoning America.
Outgoing Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Thursday officials do not see a "specific, credible threat" directed against Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, but that law enforcement will certainly be braced for issues that could arise.
At this rate, there could be more Hollywood celebrities than House Democrats attending Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
The Senate teed up retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis Wednesday for quick confirmation to be the next defense secretary, but President-elect Donald Trump is likely to start his term with far fewer confirmed Cabinet secretaries than any of the last three presidents.
As he prepares to turn over the keys to Republican Donald Trump, President Obama said Wednesday that he is leaving the nation in good shape and believes "we're going to be OK."
President-elect Donald Trump says he wants "the people" -- not the celebrities -- at this week's inaugural events and that there will be crowds "rarely seen before."
As Jan. 20 approaches, the bullies are at the gate. Hollywood, liberals and the political establishment are panicking because they have no idea what to expect when Donald Trump officially becomes the president of the United States.
Democrats, left-wing activists and people who just don't like Donald Trump are planning to descend on Friday's inauguration ceremony and related events by the thousands in an effort to start the 45th president's term off on the wrong foot.
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