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President-elect Donald Trump with his wife Melania Trump at Mar-a-lago club. Source: The New York Times.
Donald Trump will take important decisions on day. (Photo source: BBC News)
Thousands of people are marching throughout the United States demanding President Trump to release his tax returns. (Photo Source: Normangee Star)
After an unsuccessful run for the White House, Hillary Clinton is now planning to run for the New York Mayor’s office. (Photo source: The Grigo)
Hawaii Judge has blocked a second travel ban only hours before it was set to come into effect. (Photo source: BuzzFeedNews)
President Donald Trump’s remarks on Sweden has steered new controversies. (Photo source: Rare)
President Donald Trump blasted the media for leaking news about Flynn which led to his resignation. (Photo source: Time).
Michael T. Flynn, one of the key figures from Trump’s transition team stepped down as the National Security Adviser after controversies about his phone call with the Russian Ambassador to the US. (Photo source: The New Yorker).
Many protests at the San Francisco International Airport following the new executive order by President Donald Trump. (Photo source: Middle East Eye)
The fence at the Arizona-Mexico border. (Photo source: Salon)
Attendance for President Donald Trump’s inauguration (right) compared to the crowd during Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009 (left). (Photo source: WCVB)
31 construction deaths recorded in New York City over last two years. (Photo source: Her Campus)
Monica Crowley has confirmed that she will not take the job at White House after plagiarism allegation. (Photo Source: CNN).
Is there something journalists should be worried about when Donald Trump takes office? (Photo Source: Tes tech)
With Donald Trump in the White House, US-China diplomatic relationship may face a bumpy ride. (Photo source: The Daily Beast)
Steve Harvey hosts a NBC daytime talk show where he made comments about Asian Americans that some New York politicians found offensive. (Photo source: Indie Wire).
Donald Trump throughout his election campaign vowed to build a wall in the Southern border to prevent illegal immigrants to enter US from Mexico. (Photo source: AP).
The Russians have kept their eyes on Donald Trump for years and gathered highly sensitive information about him. (Photo Source: Business Insider)
Boris Johnson has arrived in New York to meet important figures from the upcoming Trump administration. (Photo source: Independent)
Donald Trump, the next President of the United States have shown the world how effectively the social media can be used to make ground shaking statements. (Photo Source: Popsugar).
Hillary Clinton may run for NYC mayor’s office though no confirmation has been made yet. (Photo source: Politico).
House Republicans reversed their Monday decision to eliminate the ethics committee after Donald Trump’s sharp criticism. (Photo Source: The Mercury News)
President-elect Donald Trump will hold news conference in New York on Jan. 11, his first after winning the election. (Photo Source: Reuters)
House Republics voted to limit the authority Independent Ethics Office, a move that have outraged some politicians. (Photo Source: CTV News)
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