We ask White House photographers to share their most memorable Trump photos, and since President Donald Trump has raised his right hand and vowed to keep them, berazil wahri and Kyle Almond have protected and defended the Constitution, the world has seen his efforts to make America great again.
Some of those observed were photographers who reported on the White House. Day after day —
Often side by side-
They recorded what happened to the Trump administration.
We have some of them share their feelings about the most memorable photos of Trump's first 100 days, and why.
On Thursday, February 16, when Trump asked questions at a White House press conference, reporters raised their hands.
The president lashed out at the media and what he called fake news because he showed a sense of anger and grievance, and the president rarely vented in public.
He said he was dissatisfied with reports of confusion in the White House.
"This government operates like a fine --
Adjust the machine, "he said.
Pablo Martinez monsivai, who reports on Trump, has been challenging, daunting and frustrating.
To be honest, I have never seen such a transition before, this is my third time! (Clinton-to-Bush, Bush-to-Obama, Obama-to-Trump. )
In the first few days and weeks, the photographer assigned to the White House accepted the motto "Expect unexpected things" because we don't know what will happen, or when, for that matter.
All we know is that whatever President Trump plans to do, it will bring a lot of news.
The attached photo was taken midway through President Trump's first separate press conference at the White House.
Usually at such events, members of the White House press are given hours
But this is not the case: all I know is that my colleagues
Worker Evan Woodge sent me a text message while covering Trump's scheduled meeting in Roosevelt's room, where Trump did his last --
The text is like this: Trump will hold a press conference in 60 minutes in East Room, then "Trump", I'm not kidding, it's true.
What happens next is that all media members are frantically scrambling to be in the East Room --
Not a small thing.
I can only describe the press conference itself with surrealism.
The president's speech covered a wide range of topics and answered more questions from journalists than was usually expected.
In the photo above, the president is stopping to see who he will choose next.
On Saturday, January 28, Trump spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone.
White House chief of staff Raines pribas, Vice President Mike Pence, National Security Advisor Michael Flynn is also in the Oval Office, starting from the left side next to Trump, white House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and chief strategist Steve Bannon.
In the early days of Trump's presidency, photographers were invited to call the president to take photos of leaders around the world.
Because the government wanted to provide this opportunity, but did not want the media members to hear his conversation, we were allowed to take pictures through the window to the Oval Office.
Trump has been on the phone all day and we were taken out earlier to speak to German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Photo opportunities at the White House are usually quick (
They are often referred to as "spray ")
On the previous phone, for various reasons, I took very tight photos focusing on Trump's desk, one of which was to help reduce the amount of glare taken through the window.
Because there are reports that Russia has interfered with the 2016 campaign and the Russian contacts that have plagued Trump's internal circle of advisers, I know that this call is a major moment and may have a significant historical significance.
I would like to stress that it is President Donald Trump who is calling Putin who may have a significant impact on the election.
When other photographers went to a further window to take closer pictures of the president and his advisers, I took a position towards the center of the room and took pictures with a wide angle lens, the importance of the room was emphasized.
During the call, one of his biggest advisers, Steve Bannon, had a lot of power and influence in the election and government, and when he heard the call, began to walk slowly and thoughtfully in the room.
I took a picture of him in the middle of the room and got picked up by a door frame as all Trump's other advisers focused on the president and sat behind the desk on the phone.
I think Bannon's body language makes the image work, and I think that after Bannon draws you to the center of the image, the wide angle lets the audience move around the room to see everyone's expression.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was welcomed by Trump at the Oval Office on Monday, February 13.
When world leaders start visiting President Donald Trump, perhaps no one gets more star power than Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit.
Trudeau and Trump are in sharp contrast on many levels, and this photo provides some people with valid examples of the subject.
The president and first lady visited the Walter Reid Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on Saturday, April 22.
Trump has just given his Purple Heart to Sgt.
The 1st-level Alvaro Barrientos recently injured in Afghanistan.
On the left is Barrientos and his wife Tammy.
When I first visited Walter Reid's National Military Medical Center, I traveled with President Trump.
The media were taken to the hospital Hall to wait for his entry. Sgt.
Level 1st Alvaro Barrientos came in with his wife, Tammy, and a few minutes later President Trump and the first lady followed.
Trump presented the Purple Heart medal to Barrientos, an honor to service personnel who were killed or injured in the operation.
The ceremony lasted only a few minutes and the president made a very brief speech.
By the end of it, Trump and Barrientos went all the way, and when Trump visited the rest of the facilities, we were taken back to the team.
This is the first time I 've seen a president give me a purple heart because President Obama always does it privately.
For me, this picture represents a disconnect between the government and its citizens, and between the United States and its service members, especially the veterans community.
I was told by a friend and veteran that it was easier for us to be seen, and he said many people in the community had this belief.
It's only 100 days.
President Trump has more days to change the mood.
Trump left the Oval Office before signing two executive orders on Friday, March 31.
When Donald Trump was elected president of the United States at the age of 45, Eric Seyer/New York Times I stood on a lift in the back of the ballroom thinking it was the end of the Year --
Plus the journey that took me all over the country.
I never thought I was a political photographer.
The photographer who reported the campaign, yes,time politics?
Not a real idea in my mind.
I think I just thought that there are already a lot of very talented people in Washington who are more experienced than I am.
But I moved here and there are a lot of first time here and I like every minute of each of them.
It turns out that Washington, DC is a spectacular place to shoot politics, especially in a government that makes a lot of news.
There is quite a lot of controversy around the media, but when we are all working, there is no personal politics involved --
My colleague and I were there to record history.
The day I took this picture was my first day in the Oval Office.
I just remember standing nervously 2 feet from the determined desk, waiting for the president to come and wondering how I got into the place.
The president walked into the room and said a few words and everything became blurred. I just kept shooting and hoping for any results.
This is certainly not President Trump's best picture since I first shot his campaign at the Iowa fair in 2015, but sometimes the closest picture you hold is not the best.
Sometimes they just make sense to you.
The president pretended to drive a tractor.
Thursday, March 23, truck drivers and truck industry executives trailer during the White House event.
Jim Watson/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images impressed me with this picture of Trump as it was the first time I saw him candid.
These days, we, the White House Corps Regiment and the tense pool of trips, seem to be brought into a room to see the president at the table or on the podium, read from notes or prepared statements --
For me, this is a scripted event and you don't expect anything other than what the government wants you to see to convey their message to the media.
Of course it's their event that highlights the health insurance and truck driver industry, but there's a moment in it where the president pretends to drive an 18-
Wheeler half truck
I didn't even know I had this frame at the time because it all happened so fast, but when I got back to my desk and started editing, I noticed that there was a moment when we finally saw the demeanor and personality of some presidents.
The image has gone viral on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, along with memes from across the country and around the world. BuzzFeed.
Com even jokingly took many of my pictures of the day into a children's book, the president and the big boy truck.
Trump surprised visitors to the White House on Tuesday, March 7.
Tour groups, including many young children, cheered and screamed after the president jumped out of the back of the room partition.
This photo was taken on the day the White House reopened its visit.
A large group of tourists did not know that President Trump would come to meet them.
As we set it up, I noticed Hillary Clinton's paintings hanging on the wall.
I can't believe my luck.
The crowd cheered when Trump arrived and I got my favorite photo of the first 100 days.
On Friday, January 20, the president danced with first lady Melania Trump at one of the three inaugural dances.
Right, a young couple hugs at the end of a Women's March in Washington on Saturday, January 21.
Stephen Crawley/New York Times/Redux
Four hours later, the Sun and the flowers that used to rain came here . "
The lyrics come from President Maria Grever, Donald J.
When Trump danced with first lady Melania Trump at the inaugural party in Washington, he said, "I did it my way ".
The next morning, thousands of people were still suffering from loss and gathered in Washington for a women's march to protest past election cycles.
Trump arrived at the state restaurant at the White House on Monday, February 27 for a meeting of the National Governors Association.
Trump is about to release his first budget plan, which aims to increase defense and security spending by $54 billion, and from
The White House says the defense plan.
When the president goes in and out of the room, it's a great opportunity to take a picture of him and try to get something different.
People usually don't pay too much attention to the head of state's hand, but Trump's hand received unusual, out-of-proportion talks and benefits during the election campaign, by shaking hands and signing orders, they are still being watched by the public.
It's interesting to see this photo and finally illustrate a variety of articles (
And how it re-captioned).
Trump arrived on Tuesday, February 28, adding a joint meeting for Mr.
The New York Times has great expectations and pressure on President Trump's first speech at a joint session of Congress at the end of February.
I want the president to enter the house like an athlete.
I shot from the statue hall with a 300mm lens, the first time I saw the president that night.
I captured a flash from the house photographer next to the president, which gave the photo a nice texture that complements the flag background and the frame at the door.
I live from the back of the camera and my editor, Tanna Curtis, received the photo before the president came to power.
Trump announced on Tuesday, January 31, in the East Hall of the White House that Neil Goros was his Supreme Court nominee. Gorsuch —
With his wife Louise.
Will replace Judge Antonin Scalia, who died last year.
We know that President Trump is always very proud of what he has done.
Therefore, it is no exception to declare his choice of the Supreme Court.
What I captured was a very proud president standing behind the podium because he didn'tso-at-
Applause for the easy nomination.
Filling the vacant seat left by late assistant Justice Antonin Scalia is one of Trump's campaign promises.
There is no doubt that getting Gossage into the Supreme Court was one of his greatest achievements in the first 100 days, if not the only.
Trump stopped at the firm desk in the Oval Office on Wednesday, February 1.
It was at the time of the oath.
At the inauguration ceremony of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
White House photographer Carolyn cast reports on a series of managed events.
I always look for different things in my daily life.
I am looking for moments where the subject matter is more authentic and true and unscripted.
This is the quiet image for me.
President Trump is standing high and acting.
Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke at a joint press conference at the White House on Friday, February 10.
The two leaders held talks in the Oval Office and had lunch at the National Restaurant.
The next day, they went to Trump's March. a-
At the Largo Resort, play golf together.
Donald Trump is our first reality --
President of Television
After decades in the public eye, the president knows that cameras are an important part of the mass communication field and he will not shy away from them.
On the contrary: he is confident and comfortable in front of the camera.
He seems to be living in a contemporary atmosphere that would not have happened without taking pictures.
I chose this photo of President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe because of its intimacy and tension.
From between the trunks bordering the rose garden, you can see the two leaders standing --to-
The face on the West Wing Colonnade stopped on the way to the joint press conference.
I am too far away from the leader to hear what is being discussed, but Trump has expressed very well, Abe-
The political leaders of a country with a population of 0. 127 billion who Trump often criticized in 2016 presidential elections --
Close to clenched fists.
Despite the body language, Trump and Abe said their meeting was good and they promised to work closely on security and economic cooperation.
Trump said at a press conference that the ties between our two countries and the friendship between our two peoples are very, very deep.
This government is committed to making these relations closer.
Trump paused in his first speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, February 28.
Experts see President Trump's first speech to Congress as a reassuring presidential speech, a departure from the dark --
Received a lot of criticism
His speech at the inauguration
While the president does insist on his script, it may make him look more ancient and under control --
Than his normal self.