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President Trump signs the executive orders in the Oval Office on Monday, including a withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Ron Sachs/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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When interests such as the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., take money from foreign governments, it's a potential violation of the Constitution, according to the group that filed the lawsuit. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Meet The Republican Governors Who Don't Want To Repeal All Of Obamacare

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Donald Trump interviewed on Larry King Live on Oct, 7, 1999. Trump said he had formed an exploratory committee to help him determine whether he could win the White House as a Reform Party candidate. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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Donald Trump's Been Saying The Same Thing For 30 Years

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Donald Trump laid out a plan for his first 100 days in the Oval Office. Chelsea Beck/NPR hide caption

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Donald Trump Has Plans To Hit The Ground Running. Here's What He Wants To Do

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Donald Trump And Mike Pence, The Odd Couple In The White House

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From Glitter To Free Joints, Trump Protesters Plan To Get Their Message Out

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The Halprins live in a house divided (politically): Marty supported Donald Trump, while Jessica supported Hillary Clinton. Courtesy of Jessica and Marty Halprin hide caption

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Deeply Divided Couple Learns How To Navigate Politics In Trump Era

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Walter Shaub Jr., who heads the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, has been under attack for his tweets and statements about President-elect Donald Trump's conflicts of interest. U.S. Office of Government Ethics hide caption

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In U.S. Ethics Chief, An Unlikely Gadfly To Trump

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