After leaving the White House, the 44th president went kiteboarding, yielding photos that still polarize as much as the politics he left behind.
Some Twitter users who weren't interested in following The Donald via the official presidential account, @POTUS, wound up following him anyway.
Commentary: It's a new day under President Donald Trump, with new priorities. Civil rights isn't one of them, it seems.
Commentary: One of the top-trending Twitter hashtags on Friday was a familiar phrase with (at least) two entirely different interpretations.
Commentary: There seems to be a touching irony to the background photo that was briefly on Donald Trump's new @POTUS account.
Social Cues: Also trending on social media is #ThankYouObamas.
With Donald Trump's win firing up chants of "repeal and replace," the White House turned to an unlikely ally to promote the Affordable Care Act.
The 44th president says his goodbyes, thanking the American people for making him a better leader and a better man.
The president tells reporters that he doesn't think commuting document-leaker Manning's sentence sends a message that the US will tolerate similar crimes.
Seriously, we want to know why thousands of people are still holding onto their potentially explosive phones. Also on the podcast, we chat about why governments are so bad at social media.
The NSA whistleblower can stay there for another three years and continue to avoid charges in the US of espionage and theft of government property.
President Barack Obama shortens by 28 years the prison time given to Manning, who shared thousands of classified US documents with WikiLeaks.
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