Michelle Obama's face sums up the Trump inauguration perfectly

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The new splash page of the office White House website shows U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

One wrote: "Black woman walks out of White House - BBC commentator says "No, that's not Michelle Obama" REALLY!"

US President Donald J. Trump is joined by the Congressional leadership and his family as he formally signs his cabinet nominations into law.

All have been removed from the website.

President Obama has said he will remain active in public life, and will remain in Washington D.C. while his daughter finishes school.

Donald Trump promised change in his inaugural address today, and tonight some changes have already begun with the new administration.

Twitter users and the Trump administration appear to be on high alert over the digital transition.

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Some quickly pointed out on social media that the website includes false claims, for instance that "in our nation's capital, killings have risen by 50 per cent".

"It's truly disturbing that one of the first actions by the Trump administration is to remove almost all references to climate change from the White House website", he said in a statement.

The day before the inauguration, Trump hinted that he would waste no time in carrying out his first actions as president.

From creating her female education initiative, Let Girls Learn, to championing healthy living that's about more than just what you eat, Michelle has been revolutionary in more ways than one. "President Trump will refocus the EPA on its essential mission of protecting our air and water".

Also, interestingly, before the @POTUS account changed hands, as SFist noted, it had 19 million followers (or it did a few days ago), which apparently went down to about 14 million as of this morning, before the inauguration.

The records are taken from the Secret Service's logs, which are supposed to track anyone cleared to enter the White House complex.