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  • President Donald Trump wrapped up his first 100 days in office with a campaign rally at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pa., April, 29, 2017. Trump assailed the press as he skipped the White House Correspondents' Dinner, becoming the first president in 36 years to miss the annual dinner since Reagan, who was recovering from being shot. The president also reiterated his campaign promises on healthcare, taxes and the border wall.
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  • President Donald Trump takes the stage at the National Rifle Association Leadership Conference, April 28, 2017, in Atlanta. Trump became the first president to address the group since Ronald Reagan in 1983, saying, "You have a true friend and champion in the White House."
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  • White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer answers questions from the children of staffers and reporters at a mock briefing during Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House, April 27, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump and Argentine President Mauricio Macri follow first lady Melania Trump and Macri's wife Juliana Awada into the White House, April 27, 2017. Trump and Macri have had a longstanding personal relationship and Trump said the two countries will be "great friends, better than ever before," despite his recent decision to postpone lifting a ban on imported Argentine lemons. At the request of Macri, the State Department released declassified U.S. government documents relating to human rights abuses committed during Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, according to the White House.
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  • Surrounded by the media, first lady Melania Trump attends a meeting with President Mauricio Macri of Argentina in the Oval Office, April 27, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump, accompanied by his daughter Ivanka Trump, talks via video conference with International Space Station Commander Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer on the Space Station, April 24, 2017, from the Oval Office. President Trump congratulated Whitson on breaking the record for most cumulative time in space by an American astronaut. Trump had signed a bill in March authorizing $19.5 billion in funding for NASA, with hopes of sending people to Mars.
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  • Defense Secretary James Mattis, right center, consoles outgoing Afghanistan Defense Minister Abdullah Habibi (back to camera), who resigned his post earlier in the day in the wake of a deadly attack on an Afghan base, at the start of a meeting at Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, April 24, 2017. Mattis arrived unannounced in Afghanistan to assess America's longest war as the Trump administration weighs sending more U.S. troops.
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  • President Donald Trump delivers remarks while hosting ambassadors from the 15 country members of the United Nations Security Council, flanked by his Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster in the State Dining Room at the White House, April 24, 2017. Trump was frank in his opening remarks, saying that Haley had briefed him about each member of the council and he said he liked them all. He also said the council "failed again to respond to Syria's use of chemical weapons" and called it a "great disappointment."
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  • From left, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, Ivanka Trump, daughter and consultant of the President Trump, and Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, vote on whether German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, is a feminist at the Woman 20 Dialogue summit for the empowerment of women in Berlin, Germany, April 25, 2017. During the panel, Ivanka Trump was hissed and booed by the audience when she said she was proud of her father's advocacy for women, specifically referring to Trump's campaign proposal for paid leave.
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  • Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen look at a koala during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, April 23, 2017. Pence visited Sydney during a four-country trip to Asia and Australia. The Vice President cut his 10-day trip short and headed straight to Capitol Hill the following day to help broker a funding bill to avoid a government shutdown.
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  • Tens of thousands of teachers, scientists, researchers and general citizens gathered in Washington D.C. on a rainy Earth Day, April 22, 2017, largely to protest the policies of President Donald Trump aimed against science and climate change. This was one of over 600 like marches that took place around the world. The March for Science, according to organizers, was the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.
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  • President Donald Trump meets with Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian-American aid worker, in the Oval office, April 21, 2017. Hijazi, an Egyptian-American charity worker was freed after nearly three years of detention in Egypt returning to the U.S., April 20, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump arrives with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to the U.S. Treasury Department in Washington, D.C., April 21, 2017. Trump signed a set of executive actions to review 2016 tax regulations and two other reviews aimed at rolling back Dodd-Frank financial regulations.
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  • President Donald Trump holds a joint news conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni at the White House, April 20, 2017. Trump said there's no role for the U.S. in Libya and urged Italy, a NATO ally, to commit 2 percent of their GDP on defense spending.
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  • President Donald Trump receives a football helmet from New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, left, and owner Robert Kraft, right, alongside members of the team during a ceremony honoring the 2017 Super Bowl Champions on the South Lawn of the White House, April 19, 2017. Trump has considered Belichick and Kraft his friends, even inviting Kraft on board Air Force One. Notably missing was another friends of Trump's, Patriots' star quarterback Tom Brady, who missed the event due to "personal family matters."
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  • President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump blow whistles to start a race during the 139th Easter Egg Roll as Trump's daughter Tiffany Trump watches, on the South Lawn of the White House April 17, 2017. The 150-year-old tradition was continued by the new first family with an estimated 21,000 guests, who rolled eggs, decorated cards for members of the military and listened to the first lady read "Party Animals" to attending children.
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  • Vice President Mike Pence visits Observation Post Ouellette in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border between North and South Korea with his daughters Audrey and Charlotte, and U.S. Gen. Vincent Brooks, right, commander of the United Nations Command, U.S. Forces Korea and Combined Forces Command, April 17, 2017. Pence made the surprise visit to the DMZ during his stop in South Korea on his 10-day trip to Asia. The visit came as tensions increase on the Korean Peninsula and after a failed North Korean missile launch on April 15. "The era of strategic patience is over," said Pence.
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  • Protesters took to the streets in Manhattan, in cities across the nation and outside Mar-a-Lago to call on President Donald Trump to release his tax returns on the day that U.S. residents normally file their returns. Despite Trump's previous calls for transparency in government, he has refused to release his tax returns and made private the White House visitor logs, which had been partially available under President Obama.
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  • President Donald Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg hold a news conference in the East Room of the White House, April 12, 2017, where they discussed the fight against terrorism, the financial obligations of NATO countries, Russia, Syria and North Korea. Trump reversed course on his views of NATO, saying it is "no longer obsolete."
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  • Commander U.S. Forces in Afghanistan Army General John W. Nicholson speaks to journalists in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 14, 2017, following the United States dropping the "mother of all bombs," a precision-guided, 22,000 pound munition on an suspected ISIS tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan. It is the largest non-nuclear weapon used in combat. An image from a video of the blast released by the U.S. Department of Defense (bottom).
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  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov greets U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson prior to their talks in Moscow, April 12, 2017. Tillerson also held an unscheduled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during heightened tensions between the two world powers. Tillerson classified their relationship as being at a "low point," the meeting coming just days after the U.S. strike on Russia's ally, Syria.
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  • White House press secretary Sean Spicer prepares to speak about a comparison he made between Syria's President Bashar al-Assad and Hitler during an earlier press briefing at the White House, April 11, 2017. Spicer apologized for "insensitive" remarks in which he asserted that Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons on his own people.
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  • New Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, center, and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, right, listen as President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House, April 10, 2017, during a public swearing-in ceremony for Gorsuch. Senate Republicans deployed the “nuclear option,” changing the Senate rule to allow Gorsuch's confirmation with a simple majority vote of 51 votes in order to bypass Democrats' opposition.
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  • President Donald Trump departs after delivering a statement about the U.S. attack on an airbase in Syria, at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., April 6, 2017. The U.S. launched 59 tomahawk missiles in response to a chemical weapons attack earlier this week that left scores of Syrian civilians, including children, dead. President Trump said Syria's president, Bashar al-Assad, was responsible for the chemical attack and that the military strike was in the "vital national security interest" of the U.S.
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  • Chinese President Xi Jinping, his wife Peng Liyuan, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are entertained by Trump's grandchildren singing a Chinese folk song and reciting classics of Chinese literature at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, April 6, 2017. President Xi's visit, during which the two world leaders discussed trade and North Korea's nuclear program, was overshadowed by an airstrike in Syria the U.S. launched the same night.
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  • President Donald Trump receives a briefing on the Syria military strike from his National Security team, including a video teleconference with Secretary of Defense, Gen. James Mattis, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford, April 6, 2017, in a secured location at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla. The photo, which was shared by Trump’s press secretary, bared a resemblance to the iconic 2011 photo of President Obama and his national security team monitoring the raid that killed Osama bin Laden from the White House Situation Room.
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  • President Donald Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah II walk to the Rose Garden for a news conference at the White House in Washington, D.C., April 5, 2017. Trump condemned the “heinous actions” in Syria of a recent chemical attack that left at least 72 people dead, but did not specify if or how he would respond to it.
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  • Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and President Donald Trump walk down the colonnade of the White House to a lunch after a meeting on April 3, 2017 in Washington, D.C. It was the first official visit by the Egypt president since taking office through a military coup in 2013 and signaled a change in US policy which had cooled relationships with the country which has come under criticism for human rights abuse and political repression.
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  • Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, arrives at the Ministry of Defense, in Baghdad, Iraq, April 3, 2017. Kushner made the unannounced visit to Iraq with U.S. commanders to assess the battle against ISIS, drawing attention to Kushner's ever-expanding portfolio of responsibilities.
  • Vice President Mike Pence taps President Donald Trump as he leaves the Oval Office without signing the executive orders on trade following a signing ceremony, March 31, 2017. The executive orders are intended to crack down on trade abuses by initiating a report to identify abuses and stepping up anti-dumping and countervailing duties. Trump had ignored a question about former national security adviser Michael Flynn's offer to testify in front of congressional committees in exchange for immunity.
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  • From left, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and President Donald Trump attend a panel discussion on opioid and drug abuse in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, March 29, 2017. After being ousted from Trump's transition team and being passed over for a position in the administration, Christie will lead a new White House commission tasked with tackling opioid addiction nationwide. The commission will fall under the White House Office of American Innovation, which Trump appointed Kushner to manage.
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  • President Donald Trump, flanked by administration officials and coal miners, delivers remarks before signing an executive order directing the Environmental Protection Agency to start the process of rewriting the Clean Power Plan, at the agency's headquarters in Washington, D.C., March 28, 2017. The executive order is intended to roll back President Barack Obama's climate-change legacy.
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  • After the AHCA health care bill was pulled before a vote, President Donald Trump told journalists he blamed Democrats for the billâ??s failure in the Oval Office, March 24, 2017, accompanied by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, left, and Vice President Mike Pence.
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  • House Speaker Paul Ryan announced they were pulling the Obamacare replacement bill at the request of the President during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., March 24, 2017. The House Republicans didnâ??t have the votes to pass the controversial measure and Ryan admitted that, "we're going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future."
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  • President Donald Trump shows the recently signed permit for TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL oil pipeline to those in attendance, including TransCanada Chief Executive Officer Russell Girling, left, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, center, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, right, in the Oval Office, March 24, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump takes the driver's seat of an 18-wheeler while meeting with drivers and trucking CEOs on the South Portico of the White House prior to their discussion on health care, March 23, 2017.
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  • House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes speaks to reporters after a meeting at the White House, March 22, 2017. Nunes said he viewed reports that showed communication of members of President Trump's transition team, and possibly the president himself, were incidentally collected by U.S. intelligence agencies. Critics called on Nunes, a member of the Trump transition team, to recuse himself from the investigation because he briefed the president ahead of the committee and would not divulge his sources.
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  • FBI Director James Comey testifies during a public hearing concerning Russian meddling in the 2016 election, on Capitol Hill, March 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Comey stated that he had â??no informationâ?� supporting President Trumpâ??s allegations that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower.
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  • President Donald Trump meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the first time at the White House, March 17, 2017. An awkward moment came when Trump didn't shake Merkel's hand as photographers snapped pictures of them in the Oval Office. The two world leaders, who differ on many things including policy and leadership style, later held a press conference.
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  • A North Korean soldier tries to take a photograph through a window while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visits the U.N. Command Military Armistice Commission meeting room at the border village of Panmunjom, South Korea, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, March 17, 2017. Tillerson's trip to Asia coincided with testing of a new rocket engine by North Korea.
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  • White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks about President Donald Trump's budget proposal in the briefing room of the White House, March 16, 2017. The budget blueprint calls for major increases to defense spending, while proposing major cuts to domestic spending and the State Department.
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  • President Donald Trump delivers a fiery speech criticizing the U.S. federal court's order blocking his revised travel ban, which had taken place just minutes before his planned rally at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., March 15, 2017. The news overshadowed his attempt to push health-care reform.
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  • President Donald Trump talks with auto industry leaders, including General Motors CEO Mary Barra, fourth from left, and United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams, fourth from right, at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti Township, Mich., March 15, 2017. Trump ordered a review of fuel-efficiency standards put in place by his predecessor, asking automakers for help creating jobs in return and provoking criticism from Democrats and environmental groups.
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  • President Donald Trump lays a wreath at Andrew Jackson's grave during a visit to the Hermitage, in Nashville, Tenn., March 15, 2017. Trump's advisers have likened him to Jackson, the first populist to win the White House. The president has hung Old Hickory's portrait in the Oval Office and called him "an amazing figure in American history."
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  • Preet Bharara says goodbye to his employees as he leaves the U.S. District Attorney's office building in New York on March 13, 2017, following his firing after refusing to resign his position. On March 11, Attorney General Jeff Sessions requested all remaining 46 U.S. attorneys appointed during President Obama's administration resign.
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  • President Donald Trump, flanked by, from left, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary James Mattis and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, holds his first cabinet meeting at the White House, March 13, 2017. The president acknowledged the four empty seats, due to delays in the confirmations for secretaries of agriculture and labor, US trade representative and the national intelligence director.
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  • State Department acting spokesman Mark Toner thumbs through his briefing book during the department's first on-camera briefing since President Donald Trump was inaugurated March 7, 2017 in Washington, D.C. During the briefing, Toner said the U.S. is "very concerned" about North Korea, after the country on Monday fired five ballistic missiles.
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  • Rep. Elijah Cummings, left, and Rep. Peter Welch meet with reporters outside the West Wing of the White House, March 8, 2017, following their meeting with President Donald Trump. Cummings said he and Trump talked about drug prices, but also his statements he's made about the black community and voter fraud.
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  • Senator Rand Paul and other members of the House Freedom Caucus hold a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017. The Kentucky senator is opposing the House GOP's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, calling it "Obamacare lite."
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  • An aide places the GOP healthcare alternative legislation, left, and the current Affordable Care Act, right, before a press briefing the White House in Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017. The GOP plan, titled the American Health Care Act, was released March 6.
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  • President Donald Trump makes a surprise appearance during a White House tour while a portrait of his former Democratic opponent for president and first lady Hillary Clinton hangs on the wall, March 7, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump meets with the House Deputy Whip team at the White House in Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017 to discuss how to pass the GOP health care plan that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. "I'm proud to support the replacement plan released by the House of Representatives." Trump told lawmakers in the meeting.
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  • Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stand together after speaking on issues related to visas and travel after President Donald Trump signed a new travel ban order in Washington, D.C., March 6, 2017.
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  • White House press secretary Sean Spicer briefs reporters outside the West Wing of the White House, March 6, 2017. Spicer held an off-camera press briefing where he declined to clarify President Trump's tweets accusing President Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower.
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  • Tom Condon of San Francisco, center, a Trump supporter, becomes entangled in the center of a fight after attempting to push anti-fascist protesters back with his cane during a pro-Trump rally and march at the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center park in Berkeley Calif., March 4, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, his daughter Ivanka and Janayah Chatelier, 10, left, listen to Landon Fritz, 10, during a tour of Saint Andrew Catholic School, March 3, 2017, in Orlando, Fla.
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  • President Donald Trump walks with his grandchildren. Arabella Kushner and Joseph Kushner, holding a model of Marine One, across the South Lawn of the White House, March 3, 2017, before boarding Marine One helicopter for the short flight to nearby Andrews Air Force Base. Trump stopped in Orlando on his way to Mar-a-Largo for the weekend.
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  • President Donald Trump greets Navy and shipyard personnel aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va., March 2, 2017. Trump touted his plans to bolster military spending by $54 billion aboard the Navy's most expensive warship which is to be commissioned later this summer. The "supercarrier" has been marred by a series of cost overruns and years of delays.
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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his recusal from overseeing any investigation into contacts between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during a press conference at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., March 2, 2017. Sessions came under increasing pressure to recuse himself after it was reported that he'd met with the Russian ambassador twice while involved with the Trump campaign, which he failed to disclose during his confirmation.
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  • President Donald Trump waits in the doorway of the House chamber to be introduced before speaking to a joint session of Congress on Feb. 28, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Trump's first speech to Congress was lauded for being more upbeat in tone than usual, though short on detail, and was received enthusiastically by Republicans but less warmly by Democrats, who seemed unmoved by his calls for unity.
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  • Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway takes a photo as President Donald Trump and leaders of historically black universities gather for a group photo in the Oval Office, Feb. 27, 2017. The photo sparked a debate on social media on whether it was appropriate or showed a lack of respect.
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  • President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the annual Governors' Dinner in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 26, 2017. Part of the National Governors Association's annual meeting in the nation's capital, the black tie dinner and ball is the first formal event hosted by the Trumps at the White House since taking office.
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  • Attendees take pictures as President Donald Trump addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, Feb. 24, 2017 in National Harbor, Md. The rapturous reception was much warmer for the newly elected president at the annual gathering of right wing politicians, commentators and their supporters - last year he was booed.
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  • New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush works in the Brady Briefing Room after being excluded from a press gaggle by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Feb, 24, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Several major news outlets including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were barred from an off camera gaggle with President Trump's press secretary, igniting controversy over the relationship between the administration and the media.
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  • President Donald Trump shakes hands with Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 20, 2017. Trump chose McMaster to be the new national security adviser after Michael Flynn was forced out and Robert Harward turned down the job. The highly respected three-star general and Iraq war veteran intends to remain on active duty.
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  • President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrive aboard Air Force One for a campaign rally at the AeroMod International hangar at Orlando Melbourne International Airport, Feb. 18, 2017 in Melbourne, Florida. Trump filed paperwork for his re-election on Inauguration Day, allowing the campaign to solicit donations and raise money.
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  • During a contentious, nearly 80-minute long press conference, President Donald Trump answered questions and attacked the media in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 16, 2017. The President retorted that the administration in not in "chaos" but being run like "a fine-tuned machine," refusing any responsibility for the missteps and upheaval during the first month of his presidency. He also announced that a new executive order on immigration was in the works, while immigrants around the country took the day off in protest, shuttering businesses for the a Day Without Immigrants.
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  • President Donald Trump, joined by lawmakers and coal miners, hands off his pen during the signing of a measure to dismantle the Stream Protection Rule, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Feb. 16, 2017. The rule passed under President Barack Obama would have prohibited surface mining within 100 feet of streams and tightened requirements around cleaning up mines.
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  • Fast food chain worker Tino Akata of Silver Spring, Md., wraps a U.S. flag around himself during a rally "to fight-back against the Republican war on the working class," Feb.16, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Activists held a rally to celebrate Andrew Puzder's decision to withdraw from consideration to be secretary of labor and "to hold [President] Trump accountable to the working class." Puzder withdrew after admitting that he had employed an undocumented worker for years and revelations that his ex-wife alleged he abused her in 1990.
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  • President Donald Trump and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu answer questions during a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 15, 2017. Trump said he could live with either a one-state or a two-state solution for peace between Israel and the Palestinians and also called in Israel to "hold back on settlements for a little bit." He also ignored shouted questions about the campaign's suspected communications with Russia before the election and blasted the press for treating for National Security Advisor Michael Flynn "very, very unfairly."
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  • President Donald Trump talks with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos during a meeting with teachers, school administrators and parents in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, D..C, Feb. 14, 2017. DeVos was confirmed with a tie-breaking vote from Vice President Mike Pence after a polarizing fight over her fitness for the job.
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  • President Donald Trump gives the pen to Rep. Bill Huizenga after signing H.J. Res. 41 in the Oval Office, Feb. 14, 2017. The resolution nullifies a rule in the Dodd-Frank Act that "requires resource extraction issuers to disclose payments made to governments for the commercial development of oil, natural gas, or minerals." Also attending are House Speaker Paul Ryan, fourth from left, and Rep. Peter King, second from right.
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  • President Donald J. Trump shakes hands with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada after conducting a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., Feb. 13, 2017.
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  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau helps Ivanka Trump with her chair as they arrive for a roundtable discussion with women business leaders at the White House in Washington, D.C., Feb. 13, 2017.
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  • President Donald Trump enters the Oval Office followed by Steven Mnuchin, for Mnuchin's swearing-in ceremony for Treasury Secretary, Feb. 13, 2017. The former top executive at Goldman Sachs and finance chairman for Trump's presidential campaign was confirmed by a bitterly divided Senate despite strong objections by Democrats that the former banker ran a "foreclosure machine" when he headed OneWest Bank.
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