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The Trump Administration spent its first full day in office taking shots at the media and arguing about crowd sizes at Friday's inauguration.

Press secretary Sean Spicer delivered a fiery broadside against the Fourth Estate from the White House Briefing Room Saturday evening, claiming that reporters had engaged in "deliberately false reporting" in the past 24 hours since President Trump took the oath of office. And, after berating the press, he walked away without taking any questions.

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On Friday Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. In his first 100 days he has promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, build a wall along the Mexican border and withdraw the United States from the Trans Pacific Partnership. This hour we'll discuss with a panel of reporters what Trump's first few months in office might look like and the other top stories in Ohio politics.  

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Donald Trump will give his inaugural address after being sworn in as president of the United States on Friday afternoon. Listen to his remarks, which will be annotated by the NPR Politics team, live on 89.7 or watch via PBS Newshour.

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Follow NPR's live blog of Inauguration Day for news highlights, analysis, photos and videos from Washington, D.C., throughout the day. WOSU will bring you live coverage on 89.7. and streaming online beginning at 10 a.m.

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich is headed to Washington for a series of events, including the presidential inauguration of former political rival Donald Trump.

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Will the presidency of Donald Trump be a disruptive force? Both his supporters and critics think so - but in very different ways.

As hundreds of Central Ohioans head to Washington, D.C. to witness and protest against the inauguration of the 45th president, two Columbus residents talk about their own reasons for joining the crowds.

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The Ohio National Guard says it's sending about 20 soldiers and airmen to provide support services for President-elect Donald Trump's Friday inauguration in Washington.

Columbus today , with the rest of the nation, will mark the inauguration of Barack Obama with luncheons, viewing parties and evening balls. Festivities get underway late this morning as four movie theatres in town, several campus locations and the King Arts Complex on Mount Vernon Avenue will all host visitors who want to watch the swearing-in at noon. Several inaugural balls are scheduled for this evening in Central Ohio. Karen Rechenbach is among the Ohioans who got tickets to today's inauguration in Washington D.C.