The Morning Brew: President Trump's first moves
It's Monday, and a new president is in town. Have a sip of coffee and read about POTUS Donald Trump's first moves.
President Donald Trump's first moves
Ahead of Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony Friday, Trump left the White House with President Barack Obama.
He echoed his speech in a Facebook post.
Trump attended a Congress-hosted luncheon at the Capitol.
The White House website quickly got a new look:
Next came a tweet from freshly-minted POTUS Trump:
Lots of activity behind the scenes aimed to iron out the logistics behind an administrative transition into the White House.
The Trump family participated in the presidential procession and inaugural parade on Pennsylvania Avenue. He departed the motorcade and walked the parade route.
He sent this tweet:
More American traditions followed, including festivities to celebrate the transition of power. According to the Presidential Inaugural Committee,
The President-elect and Mrs. Trump and Vice President-elect and Mrs. Pence plan to attend all three inaugural balls to join in ringing in a new day in America.
In tomorrow's Morning Brew, we'll do a roundup of the sizable number of inauguration protests that commenced over the weekend across the country.