There were a lot of very clever signs.
But the best part of the day was watching the news and seeing how big the crowds were around the country and even around the world. And I confess to indulging in a bit of schadenfreude when I saw Trump's inauguration crowds compared to Obamas:
That's Trump on the left, Obama on the right. And just for comparison, here's today's Women's march crowd:
Of course, The Donald was not pleased when the press reported on this. He doesn't like it when anyone suggests anything associated with him is small. If it's Trump, it's gotta be yuuuuge!
So this is how President Trump choose to spend his first full day in office: leveling false charges at the press because they has the temerity to report (correctly) that his inauguration crowds were smaller than his predecessor's. Pathetic. It would be funny if it weren't so sad.
Oh, and there is one other thing that His Donaldness did today: he signed an executive order to begin the process of repealing Obamacare, making good on half of a campaign promise. The other half, the purported replacement that is supposed to fix the problems and provide "insurance for everybody", is nowhere in sight.
I am currently on an ACA individual plan. But I'm probably going to lose it after this year. I will probably have to give up my startup and go back to a regular salaried job as a result. This is what making America great again looks like.