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5 things to know about Melania Trump
First Lady Melania Trump has maintained a mostly low profile for the first three months of Donald Trump's presidency, choosing to remain in New York with son Barron so as not to disrupt the 11-year-old's schooling. Like on the campaign trail, when she made infrequent campaign appearances and gave
The Inauguration: What You Didn't Know
ABC's Kendis Gibson has all the fun facts that you'll want to hear about some of America's past inaugurals.
A History of Change and Tradition on Inauguration Day
Presidential inaugurations have been steeped in tradition and ceremony since the nation’s first president, George Washington, took the oath of the office. But from the parade processions to the swearing-in ceremony, those traditions have changed over time. Here are a few lesser-known facts about
Melania Trump's Story: From Slovenia to the White House
"GMA" takes a look at the unconventional path to the White House taken by our next first lady.
Kids' Questions on 'Ladies of Liberty' with Cokie Roberts
ABC News' Cokie Roberts takes questions from kids at St. Ignatius Loyola School in New York.
Cokie Roberts Reads Her New Book To 5th Graders
ABC News' Cokie Roberts sits down with Amna Nawaz and a classroom of children to talk about 'Ladies of Liberty.'
Meet the Trumps: A Look at America’s Future First Family
As Donald Trump gave his victory speech early Wednesday morning in New York City, the president-elect took a moment to thank his family. "To Melania and Don and Ivanka and Eric and Tiffany and Barron, I love you and I thank you, and especially for putting up with all of those hours," Trump said.
What Can the Incoming First Family Expect Inside the White House?
Anita McBride, who served as chief of staff for former first lady Laura Bush, shares insight into what it's like to move into the White House and what personal touches the first family can make.
Nate Silver Looks at the 2016 Election by the Numbers
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
America 101: What Is a Contested Election?
Historian David Eisenbach looks at what a contested election is and shares examples from the 1800s to 2000.