Art, Photography — January 22, 2017, 12:28 pm

The First Day

Scenes from Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington, D.C. All photographs by Philip Montgomery for Harper’s Magazine.

The view from the crowd as Trump gives his inaugural address. As he started speaking, it began to rain.  All photographs by Philip Montgomery for Harper's Magazine.

The view from the crowd as Trump gives his inaugural address. As he started speaking, it began to rain.

 

Capitol Police Officers arrive at the Capitol.

Capitol Police Officers arrive at the Capitol.

Supporters await the beginning of the ceremony:

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The Inauguration begins:

PM Inauguration 6PM Inauguration 7PM Inauguration 8PM Inauguration 9PM Inauguration 10After the inauguration, anti-Trump protesters clash with police on K Street, near the Capitol:

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