In an unusual move, Sean Spicer left the White House briefing room without taking any questions.

Trump insists that the crowd was six times the size reported.

White House press secretary berates media for Inauguration coverage

During a briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer accused members of the press on Saturday of “deliberately false” inaugural coverage, adding that “accountability goes both ways.”

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President Trump questioned media reports and photographs that showed the size of Inauguration Day crowds, speaking to CIA employees at CIA headquarters on Jan. 21 in Langley, Va.

The petitioners want to know if Trump is violating the Constitution's clause against receiving financial benefits from foreign powers.

On Inauguration Day, President Trump's address painted a bleak portrait of the nation. The Post's Fact Checker looked at five of his claims.

Retired Marine Gen. John F. Kelly was confirmed as the secretary of homeland security on Jan 20, just hours after President Trump took the oath of office.

Beyond the Inauguration Day pomp and rituals, sober realities await.

The president's website makes no mention of repealing the Affordable Care act, eliminates the White House climate page and vigorously defends the role of law enforcement in American communities.

At the Statuary Hall inaugural luncheon, Jan. 20, House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) spoke about a sculpture in the hall that depicts Clio, the Muse of History.

No retreat, no surrender.

These side-by-side photos compare Obama and Trump’s inaugurations.

Former president Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama boarded a helicopter at the U.S. Capitol following the inauguration of President Donald Trump and headed to the Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

The Gateway Pundit has a record of reckless unreliability.

A quick look at inaugural turnout.

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