Donald Trump Sworn In as 45th President of the United States

Donald Trump, now officially the 45th president of the United States, promised that he would work tirelessly for every American and vowed to put "America first." "From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it's going to be only America first. America first. Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families," Trump said in his roughly 16-minute long inauguration speech, the shortest since President Jimmy Carter's in 1977. The president told Americans that "this moment is your moment it belongs to you. It belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across America."


Obama Family Farewell Includes a Final Missive to Donald Trump

The Obama family exited the east side of the U.S. Capitol building this afternoon after Donald Trump’s inauguration, heading first by helicopter to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where they will board Air Force One for Palm Springs, California. Barack Obama had, of course, left the Oval Office earlier today, but not before walking down the White House colonnade after leaving a written letter on the Resolute Desk for his successor, Donald Trump. “Are you feeling nostalgic?” a reporter shouted along the way. “Of course,” Obama replied. “Any final words for the American people?” Obama was asked. “Thank you,” he said.


Analysis: The Big Storylines to Watch on Trump's Inauguration Day (And Beyond)

There will be fewer balls (three, down from Obama's 10), fewer celebrities (no Beyoncé or Jessica Simpson), fewer members of Congress (John Lewis started something) and almost certainly dramatically fewer people on hand to watch (Obama set the record in 2009: 1.8 million). Yet a day marked by traditions and pageantry, with minute details dictated by the Constitution, will come with dramatic stakes for a nation still divided by an ugly presidential campaign and its aftermath, writes ABC's RICK KLEIN.


Hillary Clinton Arrives at the Capitol for Trump's Inauguration

Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, has arrived at the Capitol for the inauguration of her former election rival, President-elect Donald Trump. It's customary for former presidents and first ladies to attend the inauguration of a new president. Clinton honored that tradition, arriving with her husband, former President Bill Clinton. On Twitter, Clinton wrote she's at the inauguration to "honor our democracy."


Trump Tells Supporters: 'You're Not Forgotten Anymore'

President-elect Donald Trump addressed the crowd at his inaugural concert a day before officially being sworn in on Friday -- calling himself the "messenger" of a movement and portraying himself as the champion of the "forgotten man" and "forgotten woman," ABC's MEGHAN KENEALLY reports. "This journey began 18 months ago," he said in the brief remarks, following the country music-heavy concert. "I had something to do with it but you had much more to do with it than I did. I'm the messenger," Trump said at the Lincoln Memorial.


Everything You Need to Know About the Women's March

Less than 24 hours after Donald Trump takes the oath of office in Washington, D.C., to become the 45th president of the United States, hundreds of thousands of people from across the country will descend upon the nation’s capital to participate in the Women’s March. The march -- which will begin with a rally featuring speakers and musical acts -- is based on a mission that the rhetoric of the 2016 election cycle “insulted, demonized, and threatened” Americans, leaving communities “hurting and scared.”


Trump Promise Tracker: Where His Pledges Stand

Throughout the lengthy presidential campaign and after the election, Donald Trump made many promises to the American people. Now, ABC News is looking at some of the promises that the new president has made to the American people before his inauguration and how those statements have changed since he declared his candidacy. We plan to follow his progress on 13 of his best-known and widest-reaching promises as he occupies the Oval Office.

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