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Lookin' good, POTUS.

Play of the Day: The President's Golf Game

February 24 Donald Trump is hitting the links a lot, but the press isn't allowed to watch it.

President Donald Trump delivers remarks with Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., after touring the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Play of the Day: More From Trump's Visit to The National Museum of African American History and Culture

February 23 The president saw some relics of slavery and deemed them "not good."

Play of the Day: The President and his HUD Secretary Pick Visit the NMAAHC

February 22 President Donald Trump spoke at Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Controversial Florida Rally

February 21 He brought someone up on stage and he confused Sweden.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's First Solo Press Conference as President

February 17 He went over an hour and he hit a lot of topics.

Play of the Day: Firing Flynn Was Right Up Trump's Alley

February 16 Didn't the president's TV show involve the "You're fired" catchphrase?

Play of the Day: Michael Flynn is Out of a Job

February 15 President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor is the first person fired by the Celebrity Appresident.

It's the perfect place to discuss sensitive information.

Play of the Day: Mar-a-Lago is the Open-Air Florida Situation Room

February 14 Donald Trump and Shinzō Abe took to the patio dining area to discuss classified information in full view of the club's members.

Play of the Day: Trump and Abe Share a Powerful Handshake

February 13 Eighteen seconds is longer than you think.

Justice is blind, so maybe she won't see Trump in court.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Will See You in Court, Judges

February 10 Perhaps he will take his case all the way to the Supreme Court. Or the People's Court.

Donald Trump will always defend his family. Well, at least his daughter Ivanka.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Coming for Every Store in the Mall

February 9 You're next, Orange Julius. Don't be like Nordstrom and cross the president or his family.

Play of the Day: Betsy DeVos, the Senate and Percentages

February 8 Donald Trump's pick for the Department of Education got confirmed by a 51-50 margin, but can she do that math?

Eczema made human? A bullfrog? Nope. It's Steve Bannon.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Calls All the Shots, OK?

February 7 The president's top advisor Steve Bannon is getting more publicity, but he's not in charge.

President Donald Trump greets Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon on Jan. 27.

Play of the Day: What We've Learned From Trump's First Two Weeks

February 6 The American citizenry is finding out a lot about its government.

Play of the Day: The President Prays For The Terminator

February 3 President Donald Trump has some words for Arnold Schwarzenegger at the National Prayer Breakfast.

Trump held a "listening session" on Wednesday.

Play of the Day: President Trump Celebrates Black History Month

February 2 Donald Trump held a "listening session" at the White House on Wednesday.

"You're fired! No, not you, Ivanka."

Play of the Day: Trump Missed a Chance to Use His Catchphrase

February 1 Sally Yates never got to hear "you're fired!" from the president.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Loves 'Finding Dory'

January 31 The president watched a movie about a family being separated over the weekend.

Play of the Day: Trump is Signing Executive Orders… With a Certain Style

January 30 The leather-bound documents are on-brand and his presentation of them is top-notch.

Enrique Peña Nieto is shown in 2014 in Mexico City.

Play of the Day: The Wall is Already Working

January 27 One Mexican, President Enrique Peña Nieto, is staying out the U.S. thanks to Trump's project.

Play of the Day: Sean Spicer's Tough First Week on the Job

January 25 The White House Press Secretary's job is a lot like air freshener.

Who are you going to believe: Your lying eyes or Sean Spicer?

Play of the Day: Crowd Sizes and 'Alternative Facts'

January 24 Kellyanne Conway is here to refute the dishonest media.

Michelle Obama walks toward the platform during the  inauguration Friday.

Play of the Day: Michelle Obama's Inauguration Facial Expressions Were America's Barometer

January 23 The former First Lady seemed unenthusiastic about the entire event.

He's wearing glasses. He must be smart.

Play of the Day: Famous Dancer Rick Perry is Ready to Lead the Energy Department

January 20 The former Texas governor's hearings began this week.

That eagle statue is quite handsome.

Play of the Day: Trump is Working on His Inauguration Speech

January 19 He's got a Sharpie, a legal pad and he is sitting at a desk near an ornate wall.

Play of the Day: Putin Weighs In On The Trump Rumors

January 18 The Russian leader had a weird explanation for this whole mess.

If you insult the president-elect, you're getting these Twitter hands.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Now Feuding With John Lewis

January 17 The civil rights leader said he does not see the president-elect as legitimate and Trump responded with some inaccurate insults.

"It sure felt good to say that to those turkeys."

Play of the Day: Ben Carson's Hearing Was Definitely Eventful

January 13 Donald Trump's pick for HUD chief overcorrected a little Thursday.

Somewhere, an office supply story just made a lot of money.

Play of the Day: Making American Great Again … With a Lot of Folders

January 12 Donald Trump's first press conference as president-elect featured props.

Play of the Day: The Sessions Confirmation Hearings Have Begun

January 11 The Justice Department nominee's past gets scrutiny in the Senate.

Play of the Day: Trump and Streep

January 10 The decorated actress is feuding with the president-elect.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Drives the Twitter Train

January 9 The president-elect recently took issue with CNN and Toyota.

Play of the Day: The President-elect, Relative Truth and Intelligence

January 6 Donald Trump is making news on Twitter once again.

Play of the Day: Trump's (Lack Of) Trust in the U.S. Intelligence Apparatus

January 5 The president-elect receives intel from a "number of different intelligence pieces of information from a number of different sources," his campaign says.

"He looks like he's wearing the entire Statue of Liberty gift shop."

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Talks Russian Hacking… With Don King at His Side

January 4 Is the boxing promoter advising the president-elect?

Play of the Day: More From Donald Trump's Twitter Account

December 27, 2016 Misspellings and an old shot at the Electoral College dot the president-elect's social media activity.

Play of the Day: The New Trump Winery Ad

December 23, 2016 The president-elect wants to "Make American grape again."

Play of the Day: More Trump Tapes

December 22, 2016 Jimmy Fallon has some pretty upsetting audio footage of the president-elect.

Just FYI: Obama had Beyonce, Springsteen and John Legend.

Play of the Day: Trump's Inauguration Musician Search

December 21, 2016 Yes, Andrea Bocelli back out of the event, but Chumbawamba and The Freedom Girls are probably available.


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