Highlights of President Trump’s first 50 days in office

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Highlights From President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Speech

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Jan. 20: Inauguration Day. Donald Trump sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. "We are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people." Also on this day the Senate confirms retired Gen. James Mattis to be secretary of Defense and retired Gen. John Kelly as secretary of Homeland Security. Administration also calls for a freeze on new regulations. Thousands show up in Washington to protest Trump, but there are only about 200 arrests.

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Jan. 21: Hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets of Washington and in other cities around the US and the world for women's march events protesting Trump policies. White House spokesman Sean Spicer goes after the media over inauguration attendance numbers. He says "this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration."

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The day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, women from Dayton and all over the U.S. come to Washington to march.

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Jan. 23: Trump signs executive order withdrawing from Trans-Pacific Partnership. Issues 90-day hiring freeze for federal workforce. Says more than 3 million illegal votes cost him the popular vote.

Jan. 24: Trump signs order to reverse Obama administration's order to halt controversial Keystone pipeline.

Jan 25: Signs order directing Homeland Security to begin building border wall with Mexico.

Jan. 26: Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto cancels meeting with Trump. White House says Mexico will pay 20% tax for wall.

Jan. 27: Trump meets with UK Prime Minister Theresa May in first visit by foreign leader. Trump signs executive order denying entry to people from Iraq, Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The annual March for Life brings hundreds of thousands to D.C. Vice President Mike Pence is the first president or vice president to address the group in person.

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Locals walk in Right to Life March

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Jan. 28: Trump signs 5-year ban on lobbying for presidential appointees after leaving White House and lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign government.

Jan. 29: Trump authorizes Yakla raid in Yemen.

Jan. 30: Trump signs order saying for each new regulation, two must be cut. Trump has acting Attorney General Sally Yates removed after she instructs Justice officials to not defend immigration order.

Jan. 31: Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to replace late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.

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Who Is Judge Neil Gorsuch?

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Feb. 1: Trump visits Dover Air Force Base for the arrival of remains of Navy SEAL William Owens who was killed in Yemen raid.

Feb. 2: Trump tells Israel new settlements in the West Bank "may not be helpful" for a peace deal.

Feb. 3: Federal judge blocks Trump's immigration order.

Feb. 4: Justice Department appeals federal court ruling on immigration order.

Feb. 5: US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, decides against reinstatement of immigration order.

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Feb. 6: Trump meets troops at Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa, Fla.

Feb. 7: Senate has 50-50 vote on Betsy DeVos for Education secretary. Vice President Mike Pence breaks the tie.

Feb. 8: Senate confirms Jeff Sessions for attorney general.

Feb. 9: Trump appeal on immigration order is denied as 9th Circuit says it would not block a lower court ruling.

Feb. 10: Trump meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Feb. 11: Trump and Shinzo meet at Mar-a-Lago, react to news that North Korea test launched a missile.

Feb. 13: Trump meets with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigns after news surfaces that he had meetings with Russian ambassador during the 2016 election cycle. Steve Mnuchin confirmed as Treasury Secretary.

Feb. 15: Trump holds press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Andy Puzder withdraws as nominee to lead Labor Department. He was under fire for hiring an undocumented worker as a housekeeper.

Feb. 16: Trump nominates Alexander Acosta for Labor secretary. Trump holds a press conference where he goes after the news media.

Feb. 18: Trump holds a rally in Melbourne, Fla.

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Trump brings supporter on stage at Florida rally

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Feb. 20: Trump appoints Lt. Gen. HR McMaster as national security advisor.

Feb. 21: Trump visit National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Feb. 24: Trump speaks at annual CPAC conference near Washington. Trump signs executive order for agencies to create task forces to determine which regulations hurt the economy.

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President Trump Speaks At CPAC

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Feb. 27: Trump proposes 10% increase in military spending. Money would come from cuts to other departments including State and the EPA.

Feb. 28: Trump makes first speech to joint session of Congress.

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March 1: Congressional inquiry expands to include allegations of Russian interference in 2016 election. Justice Department confirms that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the 2016 election cycle.

March 2: Trump speaks aboard aircraft carrier U.S.S. Gerald R. Ford. AG Sessions recuses himself from any investigation in Russian interference in U.S. election. Senate confirms Ben Carson to lead department of Housing and Urban Development. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry confirmed to lead Energy department.

March 4: On Twitter, Trump accuses former President Barack Obama of tapping his offices in Trump Tower during the 2016 election. Obama team denies the claim.

March 5: Chairman of House Intelligence Committee says it will investigate Trump's claims about wiretaps.

March 6: Trump signs revised immigration order that includes same six majority-Muslim countries as the earlier order. New order removes Iraq from the list. In effort to pass legal fight, new order applies to people seeking new visas.

March 8: Republican leadership release draft for repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Trump taps 2012 Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman to be ambassador to Russia.