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President Donald J. Trump's Tweets, Annotated

Chelsea Beck
| President Donald J. Trump tweets a lot. With tens of millions of followers on Twitter, Trump proposes policy, shares his latest actions and reacts to the news. But 140 characters rarely gives the full context. Here, NPR staff attempts to do just that for key tweets.

California officials push back after Trump's latest voter fraud claim

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In the wake of President Trump's call for an investigation into widespread voter fraud, California's Secretary of State called the statements "a flat-out lie."

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Brown delivers defiant State of the State address

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The governor delivered a clear message to the Trump administration that the state would defend its programs protecting undocumented immigrants, healthcare and the environment.

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Women's March significantly boosts Saturday Metro ridership

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Saturday's demonstrators were urged to take public transit, increasing the typical Saturday ridership by hundreds of thousands.

Dear President-elect: Snapshots from Southern California

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Listen to five Southern Californians with different political perspectives share their thoughts as Donald Trump becomes the country's 45th president.

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In Reagan Country, change brings complex outlook on Trump

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Decades ago the county saw a mostly white influx from L.A. and the Midwest. Today, the county is a third Latino and a fifth Asian, and Trump's inauguration spotlights complicated tensions.

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California Congress members opt out of Trump's inauguration

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Several Southern California congress members have announced they will not attend president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremonies next week.

Brown's budget calls for build-up of rainy day fund

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Gov. Jerry Brown prepares to announce his budget proposal Tuesday against a backdrop of lower state revenues and threats of federal funding cuts.

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