Trump briefly sought the 2000 presidential nomination of the Reform Party. It eventually went to Pat Buchanan, whom Trump called a "Hitler lover." Buchanan's slogan that fall was "America First!"
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As promised, Trump got to work on Day 1, taking the first steps to fulfill his pledge to gut Obama's health care law. The order's reach, however, depends upon which provisions he decides to target.
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Fans of the new president say he could do some good in improving race relations in America. But they say the solution can't be left to him alone.
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Several inaugural balls and celebrations took place across Washington, D.C., on Friday night. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump appeared at three of those celebrations.
The new White House took action on four measures Friday night, notably on the Affordable Care Act and regulations. The White House did not immediately make it clear what exactly was signed.
Former President George W. Bush had a really hard time figuring out his poncho at the inaugural parade.
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As with every new administration, Donald Trump and his team took over the White House website Friday.
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After leading the route, President Trump and his family watched the inaugural parade wind down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.
When the clock struck noon, the White House website switched over to signify Donald Trump becoming the new president. And on that site, Trump laid out how he would approach the world.
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Despite the number of musicians who opted not to perform at the inauguration, Washington, D.C., was full of music at the various ceremonies celebrating Donald Trump taking office.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Sam Tanenhaus, author of The Death of Conservatism, about what Donald Trump's inauguration means for the future of the conservative movement.
The crowd was light on A-list celebrities, but plenty of people from all over the political spectrum attended Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump.
On Friday, after President Donald Trump took the oath of office, he delivered his first speech to the American people as president. He said the American people have not shared in the wealth of the nation and that his administration would put America first.
The inauguration in this country is being closely watched all over the world, including three countries whose relationship to the U.S. will likely change drastically under President Trump: Mexico, Russia and China.
Trump supporters packed in near the Capitol to watch the new president take the oath of office and deliver his inaugural address on Friday.
Donald Trump signed executive actions shortly after being sworn in as president on Friday. He signed orders formally nominating his cabinet picks and a proclamation for a national day of patriotism.
NPR's Kelly McEvers reports on protests in Washington, D.C., during the day of Donald Trump's inauguration. She asks protestors what triggered their protests and if they have protested before.
Donald Trump, the businessman and former star of the TV show, The Apprentice, became the 45th President of the United States on Friday. Supporters and protesters of the new president gathered in Washington, D.C., as Trump took the oath of office and delivered his inaugural address.
Hundreds of thousands of people are participating on Saturday in a march, called the Women's March on Washington. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with three participants about their decision to walk and their hopes and fears for the new administration.
People around the country reacted to President Trump's inaugural address that he delivered after the swearing in ceremony at the Capitol on Friday.