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Trump Inauguration Pic Wrong Date ... Alternative Fact

1/24/2017 9:33 AM PST

President Trump proudly flaunted a photo from his inauguration, but there's one problem -- it has the wrong date on it!

The portrait -- by Panoramic Visions Photography -- touts "The Ceremony of President Donald J. Trump" going down on January 21st, 2017. Juuust a bit outside. It actually went down on Jan. 20 -- as it always has since 1937.

Chalk it up to alternative facts. Maybe that's why the prez says he's hanging it in the Press Hall.

Panoramic Visions tells us the flub's being corrected.

Tomi Lahren 'Intolerant Left Tried to Beat My Ass' At Inauguration

1/22/2017 7:40 AM PST
EXCLUSIVE

Tomi Lahren says it's no wonder a lot of Donald Trump supporters were no-shows at the inauguration, because she says she was attacked by a left wing mob right in the street.

We got the super conservative talk show host in D.C. Saturday night, where she mocked what she called the "loving, intolerant left."

She says the viciousness in the air is why the Trump crowd was smaller than other inaugurations.

Donald Trump Inauguration Compared to Other D.C. Crowds

1/22/2017 7:29 AM PST

The furious debate over the size of Donald Trump's inauguration crowd involves a lot of eyeballing. There have been a lot of defining events at the National Mall over the years, and in each one there has been a very rough estimate of the size of the crowd.

Take a look at the pics of each, and then compare it (below) to Trump's, and judge for yourself.

Caitlyn Jenner Inauguration Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth

1/22/2017 7:39 AM PST

Caitlyn Jenner was left speechless from Donald Trump's inauguration in D.C. ... literally, she couldn't muster a word.

We got Caitlyn arriving at LAX Saturday, where paps swarmed her. 

She doesn't have much to say -- about the ceremony or the Women's March or anything else -- but if looks could kill ... some of these guys would certainly be dead.

Marlon Wayans Republican Presidents Give Kids Hope Anyone Can Be Prez!!!!

1/22/2017 7:53 AM PST
EXCLUSIVE

Marlon Wayans has an all-time favorite Republican president, and he has 2 favorite living Republican presidents.

We got Marlon leaving Catch in WeHo Saturday night, and he's clearly anti-Trump, but he's a glass-half-full kinda guy.

Trump to Protesters If You're So Upset, Why Didn't You Vote?

1/22/2017 6:49 AM PST

Donald Trump sent 3 different messages to America via Twitter re: Saturday's protests:

1.   You sat on your hands. Trump said, "Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election!  Why didn't these people vote?"

2.  Celebrities are a turnoff.  It's a theme Trump has carried forward since early on in his campaign.  He said, "Celebs hurt cause badly."  Lots of celebs spoke at the rallies, including Scarlett Johansson, Ashley Judd, Amy Schumer and Madonna.

3.  I'm not against protests. Trump ended with a conciliatory thought, saying, "Peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy.  Even if I don't always agree, I recognize the rights of people to express their views."

Donald Trump The Media's Lying My Inauguration Had Way More Than 250K People

1/21/2017 12:58 PM PST

Donald Trump says his Inauguration brought crowds of over a million people, and the outlets claiming it was only 250k are just full of it.

Trump was at CIA Headquarters in Virginia Saturday and vented his frustrations about the alleged false crowd reports ... even bringing up a heavily circulated photo of a sparse crowd.

There's been a lot of comparisons made between Friday's turnout for Trump and Obama's back in 2009 ... where seemingly, Barack drew a much larger crowd. 

Donald Trump Women's March on D.C. Draws Huge Crowds, Celebs

1/21/2017 7:37 AM PST

Alicia Keys, Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer, Madonna, Katy Perry and Janelle Monae, just to name a few, showed up to Saturday's Women March in D.C. to make their message heard.

The event anticipated 400k attendees, but organizers now guess that number to be much higher. 

Not only did the celebs share their messages ... rally-goers were also treated to live music by Keys and Monae ... but it was Madge who stole the show

President Donald Trump Balls, Balls, Balls

1/20/2017 8:27 PM PST

President Trump and First Lady Melania had a busy night ... attending 3 Inaugural Balls, schmoozing and dancing.

The Liberty and Freedom balls at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center were up first before they hit The Salute To Our Armed Services Ball at the National Building Museum.

Performers included Sam Moore, The Rockettes, Tim Rushlow and The Piano Guys.

The POTUS and FLOTUS shared their first dance to Frank Sinatra's "My Way" sung by three Nashville singers.

Trump Inauguration Speakers Got Loads of Goodies

1/21/2017 1:00 AM PST
EXCLUSIVE

Donald Trump's inauguration speakers -- from reverends, rabbis and bishops to Jackie Evancho -- walked away from the historic day with way more than a memory ... like some gold to spruce up their swag bag.

We got hold of a bag that included gold White House cuff links. There was also a mug and "Blair House" book chronicling the history of the President's Guest House. 

That's not all ... speakers were also treated to flights and hotel accommodations for 2 in D.C. from Wednesday through Saturday. They also got police escorts to each inaugural event.

Sweet!

Michael Moore Blasted in D.C. For Trump Protest

1/21/2017 7:29 AM PST
EXCLUSIVE

Michael Moore got a ration of crap on the streets of D.C. for his strong, anti-Trump stand.

Watch and listen to the video ... Moore was verbally attacked as he was leaving an anti-Trump rally.

That said, he's both resigned to accepting Trump as president and resolved to fight him. 

President Trump & Melania The First Dance

1/20/2017 6:43 PM PST

President Donald Trump & First Lady Melania Trump just shared their first dance ... and did it their way.

They hit the dance floor to Frank Sinatra's "My Way" at Friday's Liberty Ball courtesy of Nashville based singers Erin Boehme, Nickie Conley and Jason Eskridge belted the tune.

As the song went on, they were joined by Mike Pence and his wife ... and then more and more of their family members ... we're told it was a totally organic moment.

Trump's got a busy night ahead -- starting at the Liberty and Freedom Balls at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center -- before heading to The Salute To Our Armed Services Ball down the street.

Scheduled performers were The Radio City Rockettes, Sam Moore and The Piano Guys.

Talk about a long day. 

Alt-Right Founder I'm a Target Now Since Trump Won ... Go Figure

1/21/2017 12:30 AM PST
EXCLUSIVE

The self-proclaimed founder of the alt-right movement says he's gotta watch his back now that riots are breaking out over Donald Trump ... especially since he got socked twice at the inauguration.

The American white nationalist, Richard Spencer, gave us a blow-by-blow of what went down in D.C. Friday.

Spencer, who famously used Trump's name to make Nazi salutes at a convention last year, says he's considering getting security guards.

Good luck, bub. 

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