Don Gonyea Don Gonyea is a NPR National Political Correspondent based in Washington, D.C., and travels throughout the United States covering elections and the country's political climate. His reports can be heard on all NPR programs and at NPR.org.

Dave Cover (left), Doyle Smithson (center) and Rob Freeman meet weekday mornings at the Top Notch Diner in Cortland, Ohio. All three voted for President Trump. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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Trump Continues To Have Staunch Supporters And Determined Opposition

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In Ohio, Trump Loyalists Reflect On His First 100 Days

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A Wizard of Oz mural honors Grand Rapids, Minn.-native Judy Garland. Don Gonyea /NPR hide caption

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Trump Supporters In The Upper Midwest Have A Message: Be More 'Presidential'

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Brian Rusk voted for President Trump after his two other picks dropped out of the race. Here, the longtime Republican activist holds a picture of himself with former President George H.W. Bush. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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How A Divided Upstate New York Views Trump Amid His Sliding Approval Ratings

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Former Vice President Joe Biden (center) speaks during an event held by Democrats on Wednesday to mark the seventh anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Travels To Louisville To Gather Support For GOP Health Care Plan

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Trump Responds To Court Halting Revised Travel Ban

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In Battleground North Carolina, Trump Supporters Critique His Performance

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James K. Polk, the 11th president of the U.S., was an unassuming figure. First lady Sarah Childress Polk had the Marine Band play "Hail to the Chief" so people would notice when he entered the room. Mathew Brady/Getty Images hide caption

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'Hail To The Chief': Fanfare Sought By Some Presidents, Avoided By Others

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Former President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush arrive for Donald Trump's inauguration Jan. 20 at the U.S. Capitol. Monday on Today, Bush commented regarding developments in the nascent Trump presidency. Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump speaks on the final morning of CPAC at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Maryland. Marian Carrasquero/NPR hide caption

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Trump And CPAC: A Complicated Relationship No More

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Members Of Congress Face Angry Constituents At Town Halls

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