A low-flying C-17 gave Nashville residents a fright on Friday when the aircraft made several unannounced passes over the city's bustling downtown.

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“Now I pretend I like you … but I hate you,” President Donald Trump said to Barack Obama as he shook his hand shortly before taking the oath to become the 45th president of the United States.

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One of the high points of President Donald Trump’s The Salute To Our Armed Services inaugural ball occurred when a soldier who was dancing with First Lady Melania Trump spun her, making her smile.

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AP Photo by Evan Vucci

Trump’s inauguration ceremony in Washington D.C. has left us, the American public, with much to process. But not everyone is obsessing over crowd sizes, or riots, or whether “alternative facts” are facts from a parallel universe or just lies (you be the judge!). For some, maybe the most intriguing moment of the whole spectacle was the unusual behavior of one man: Not the new president, but rather a secret service agent, or bodyguard, who accompanied Trump and Melania along the inaugural parade route. Now, a network of internet sleuths are trying to figure out what it means.

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Donald Trump’s first act as president of the United States was to sign a law granting a waiver to allow retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense Secretary.

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U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class David Danals

Part of being a great commander-in-chief is having a deep respect for the nation’s military and its personnel. For President Donald J. Trump, that means celebrating your inauguration by showing off America’s military muscle.

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