President Trump’s unprecedented American vision

The Brief January 21, 2017
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President Trump's Unprecedented American Vision
When Donald John Trump stood for the first time as the 45th President of the United States in a light rain to deliver his inaugural address, he went where no president has gone in more than a century, TIME's David Von Drehle writes in our new cover story

The Same Donald Trump From the Campaign Spoke at the Inauguration
No one should have expected that Trump would start reading from a brand new script just because he had placed his left hand on the Lincoln Bible and uttered the 35-word oath of office

Trump's Inauguration Day in Pictures
TIME's photo editors select the best photographs of President Barack Obama's last moments in the White House and Donald J. Trump's first hours as the 45th President

Our TV Critic Says Trump's Inauguration Made Him Seem Small
After a campaign defined by the size of his personality, President Donald Trump finally found a room he could not fill, TIME's TV critic Daniel D'Addario writes

How Today's Women's March Has United Progressives of All Stripes
The march is the first major effort by the progressive movement to rebound after having lost control of any branch of government. For many, the road to reclaiming Congress and the White House will be filled with demonstrations far beyond Inaugural weekend

Liberals Plot Revenge as Donald Trump Assumes the Presidency
Hillary Clinton confidante and Democratic activist David Brock is mounting a new campaign to hobble the Trump Administration with lawsuits, media criticism and fights over fake news on social media

10 Historians on Barack Obama's Legacy
As the 44th President of the United States prepares to leave office, 10 experts imagine how future historians will judge his legacy.

Watch the Capitol Get Ready for the Inauguration in Under a Minute
A 360-degree view

Your Guide to Who Attended Donald Trump's Inauguration
They had a front-row seat to history

His Full Inaugural Address, Annotated

Trump Broke With Decades of Foreign Policy in His Inaugural Address
In his inaugural address, President Trump broke with decades of U.S. foreign policy, putting forward a nationalistic, go-it-alone strategy that differs from the bipartisan approach long pursued in Washington

And He Signaled Some Dramatic Changes for Police and Criminal Justice
President Trump wasted little time making clear that his administration will take a drastically different approach to criminal justice than his predecessor. The new White House issued a pledge to end the "dangerous anti-police atmosphere"


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