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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 Pledging emphatically to empower America's \"forgotten men and women,\" Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a riven nation facing an unpredictable era under his assertive but untested leadership.

Under cloudy, threatening skies at the West Front of the U.S. Capitol, Trump painted a bleak picture of the America he now leads, declaring as he had throughout the election campaign that it is beset by crime, poverty and a lack of bold action. The billionaire businessman and reality television star \u2014 the first president who had never held political office or high military rank \u2014 promised to stir a \"new national pride\" and protect America from the \"ravages\" of countries he says have stolen U.S. jobs.

\"This American carnage stops right here,\" Trump declared. In a warning to the world, he said, \"From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this moment on, it's going to be America first.\"

Eager to demonstrate his readiness to take actions, Trump went directly to the Oval Office Friday night, before the inaugural balls, and signed his first executive order as president \u2014 on \"Obamacare.\"

The order notes that Trump intends to seek the \"prompt repeal\" of the law. But in the meantime, it allows the Health and Human Services Department or other federal agencies to delay implementing any piece of the law that might impose a \"fiscal burden\" on states, health care providers, families or individuals.

\"This is a movement and now the work begins,\" Trump told supporters, before dancing with his wife, Melania, to \"My Way\" at the first of three inaugural balls. \"We love you. We're going to be working for you and we're going to produce results.\"

Trump also signed commissions for two former generals confirmed to Cabinet posts earlier by the Senate: James Mattis as secretary of defense and John Kelly to head the Department of Homeland Security. Vice President Mike Pence swore them in soon after.

Mattis struck a different tone from his new boss in his first statement to his department: \"Recognizing that no nation is secure without friends, we will work with the State Department to strengthen our alliances.\"

At the inauguration, the crowd that spread out before Trump on the National Mall was notably smaller than at past inaugurals, reflecting both the divisiveness of last year's campaign and the unpopularity of the incoming president compared to modern predecessors.

After the swearing-in, demonstrations unfolded in the streets of Washington. Police in riot gear deployed pepper spray after protesters smashed the windows of downtown businesses, denouncing capitalism and the new president.

Police reported more than 200 arrests by evening and said six officers had been hurt. At least one vehicle was set afire.

Short and pointed, Trump's 16-minute address in the heart of Washington was a blistering rebuke of many who listened from privileged seats only feet away. Surrounded by men and women who have long filled the government's corridors of power, the new president said that for too long, \"a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost.\"

His predecessor, Obama, sat stoically as Trump pledged to push the country in a dramatically different direction.

Trump's victory gives Republicans control of both the White House and Congress \u2014 and all but ensures conservatives can quickly pick up a seat on the closely divided Supreme Court. Despite entering a time of Republican dominance, Trump made little mention of the party's bedrock principles: small government, social conservativism and robust American leadership around the world.

He left no doubt he considers himself the product of a movement \u2014 not a party.

Trump declared his moment a fulfillment of his campaign pledge to take a sledgehammer to Washington's traditional ways, and he spoke directly to the alienated and disaffected.

\"What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people,\" he said. \"To all Americans in every city near and far, small and large from mountain to mountain, from ocean to ocean, hear these words: You will never be ignored again.\"

But the speech offered scant outreach to the millions who did not line up behind his candidacy.

Trump's call for restrictive immigration measures, religious screening of immigrants and his caustic campaign rhetoric about women and minorities angered millions. He did not directly address that opposition, instead offering a call to \"speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity.\"

While Trump did not detail policy proposals Friday, he did set a high bar for his presidency. The speech was full of the onetime showman's lofty promises to bring back jobs, \"completely\" eradicate Islamic terrorism, and build new roads, bridges and airports.

Despite Trump's ominous portrait of America, he is taking the helm of a growing economy. Jobs have increased for a record 75 straight months, and the unemployment rate was 4.7 percent in December, close to a 9-year low.

Yet Trump's victory underscored that for many Americans, the recovery from the Great Recession has come slowly or not at all. His campaign tapped into seething anger in working class communities, particularly in the Midwest, that have watched factories shuttered and the certainty of a middle class life wiped away.

Randy Showalter, a 36-year-old diesel mechanic and father of five from Mount Solon, Virginia, said he felt inspired as he stood and listened to Trump's speech.

\"I feel like there's an American pride that I've never felt, honestly, in my life,\" said Showalter, who donned Trump's signature \"Make America Great Again\" red hat.

Trump's journey to the inauguration was as unlikely as any in recent U.S. history. He defied his party's establishment and befuddled the news media. He used social media to dominate the national conversation and challenge conventions about political discourse. After years of Democratic control of the White House and deadlock in Washington, his was a blast of fresh air for millions.

At 70, Trump is the oldest person to be sworn in as president, marking a generational step backward after two terms for Obama, one of the youngest presidents to serve as commander in chief.

In a show of solidarity, all of the living American presidents attended the inaugural, except for 92-year-old George H.W. Bush, who was hospitalized this week with pneumonia. His wife, Barbara, was also in the hospital after falling ill.

But more than 60 House Democrats refused to attend Trump's swearing-in ceremony in the shadow of the Capitol dome. One Democrat who did sit among the dignitaries was Hillary Clinton, Trump's vanquished campaign rival who was widely expected by both parties to be the one taking the oath of office.

At a post-ceremony luncheon at the Capitol, Trump declared it was an honor to have her attend, and the Republicans and Democrats present rose and applauded.

While most of Trump's first substantive acts as president will wait until Monday, he signed a series of papers formally launching his administration, including official nominations for his Cabinet. Sitting in an ornate room steps from the Senate floor, the president who had just disparaged the Washington establishment joked with lawmakers, including House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, and handed out presidential pens.

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AP writers Vivian Salama, Lisa Lerer and Nancy Benac contributed to this report.

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Incoming first lady Melania Trump wore a sky-blue cashmere jacket and mock turtleneck dress by Ralph Lauren, the brand that designed so many Hillary Clinton pantsuits, on Inauguration Day.

\"It was important to us to uphold and celebrate the tradition of creating iconic American style for this moment,\" Lauren's company said in a statement.

For night, the new first lady wore ivory, in an off-the-shoulder gown by Herve Pierre, former creative director of Carolina Herrera, and first daughter Ivanka Trump wore a sparkling, blush-tone gown by Herrera, Women's Wear Daily reported.

On Friday morning, Mrs. Trump's hair was in a soft updo and she wore long, sky-blue suede gloves and matching stilettos as she and her husband were greeted at the White House by President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, the latter in a deep-red belted short-sleeve tweed dress by Jason Wu. It had black trim and a matching double-breasted coat.

President Donald Trump, wearing a red tie and black overcoat, opted to leave his suit jacket unbuttoned.

Ivanka, Trump's oldest daughter, chose white Oscar de la Renta with a tiny American flag pin, and Hillary Clinton showed up in an off-white Ralph Lauren pantsuit that harkened back to one she wore in July to accept the Democratic nomination for president. Her overcoat matched the ensemble. Tiffany Trump also opted for white and wore a double-breasted coat.

Who else made a large fashion statement for Trump's big day? His senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, in a Gucci military-style wool coat of red, white and blue, with two rows of cat-head buttons and a red cloche hat. She described her look as \"Trump revolutionary wear.\" Social media users had a field day, the most polite comparison being to the uniform costumes in \"The Nutcracker\" ballet. Conway's coat retails for $3,600.

Mrs. Trump's look, with its bolero-style jacket, prompted comparisons to a fashion icon of the past, Jacqueline Kennedy, who wore an outfit by Oleg Cassini with a matching pillbox hat to husband John F. Kennedy's 1961 inauguration.

\"I think she looked sensational,\" New York fashion expert Hal Rubenstein said of the new first lady's style. \"She's not a huge risk-taker, but she dresses in that smart, sophisticated Upper East Side urban style.\"

On Thursday, when inauguration events kicked off, Mrs. Trump shimmered in gold for the Candlelight Dinner in a long-sleeve beaded gown by Reem Acra. Ivanka Trump wore a white cap-sleeve de la Renta gown with a large black bow at the back.

For the wreath-laying ceremony earlier that day at Arlington National Cemetery, Mrs. Trump picked a black military-style coat by the New York-based designer Norisol Ferrari. Ivanka Trump provided Thursday's pop of color in kelly green de la Renta.

Will Melania Trump continue to be inspired, fashion-wise, by the late Mrs. Onassis? Will she embrace young design talent and the fashion world as wholeheartedly as Mrs. Obama?

The new first lady is under no obligation to be inspired at all by those who came before, Rubenstein said. One thing's for sure, he added:

\"She knows her clothes, but that's her wardrobe. There's a difference between a wardrobe and a mission and I think right now she hasn't shown that card, and she may not.\"

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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 The Latest on Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th president of the United States (all times EST):

11:15 p.m.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are taking part in a traditional dance and cake-cutting with members of the U.S. military.

The newly sworn-in president is dancing with U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Catherine Cartmell of Newport, Rhode Island.

Mrs. Trump is dancing with U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jose A. Medina of Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, also are dancing with members of the military.

The Trumps and Pences are also participating in the military's traditional cake cutting to honor the sacrifice and service of its members. The cake is cut with a saber.

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11:10

First lady Melania Trump thanked the members of the armed services at the third and final inaugural ball she and President Donald Trump attended Friday.

She said, \"Thank you all for your service. I'm honored to be your first lady.\"

The first couple then danced to \"I Will Always Love You.\"

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10:10 p.m.

President Donald Trump asked the crowd at the second of three inaugural balls he's attending whether he should \"keep the Twitter going?\"

The crowd roared in apparent approval.

Trump said his all-hours tweeting to his more than 20 million followers is \"a way of bypassing dishonest media.\"

He spoke with first lady Melania Trump by his side. She wore an ivory column gown.

\"Now,\" he added, \"the fun begins.\"

The first couple again danced to \"My Way.\"

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9:40 p.m.

President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are dancing at the first of three inaugural balls they'll attend Friday night.

Trump says his first day as commander-in-chief was great.

Trump says, \"People that weren't so nice to me were saying that we did a really good job today.\" He adds, \"It's like God was looking down on us.\"

They are dancing to \"My Way,\" and they have been joined by Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Susan, as well as Trump family members.

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9:30 p.m.

After eight years, Barack Obama had to wait a little bit longer to start his post-presidential relaxation.

The plane taking the Obama family from Washington to the California desert Friday was delayed then diverted because of bad weather.

Officials say the Obamas hovered for about 40 minutes over Palm Springs International Airport, where gawkers and photographers had gathered to catch a glimpse of them. It was eventually diverted to March Air Reserve Base about 60 miles to the west, where it landed at about 5:45 p.m., about an hour after it was expected.

Obama left Washington after attending President Donald Trump's morning inauguration.

The first family had sought a sunny vacation as they left cold capital, but Southern California is being doused by a series of storms.

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9:25 p.m.

Members of the military, veterans and first responders are awaiting President Donald Trump's arrival at the \"Salute to Our Armed Services\" ball.

The invitation-only event is being held in Washington's National Building Museum, which has hosted such events since the days of Grover Cleveland.

The evening began with a solemn prayer and a moment of silence in honor of soldiers killed in the line of duty.

The evening's entertainment is being provided by singer Tony Orlando, who was introduced as \"America's most loved and enduring entertainer,\" and Texas musician Josh Weathers.

Weathers at one point told the crowd, \"I know that nobody in this room knows who I am.\" He has been playing popular covers for guests gathered around a sprawling stage.

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8:30 p.m.

The White House is putting a freeze on any new regulations and halting ones that former President Barack Obama's administration had started.

A memo from White House chief of staff Reince Priebus says federal agencies shouldn't submit any completed regulations to be published in the Federal Register until President Donald Trump's administration can review them.

The memo also freezes any regulations that were in the pipeline to be published. Regulations that have already been published but haven't kicked in are to be postponed for 60 days to allow for a review.

Priebus says the White House budget director can grant exceptions to allow critical regulations to move forward.

The memo is similar to one that Obama's chief of staff issued the same day Obama was inaugurated in 2009.

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8:15 p.m.

Protesters and an Associated Press photographer say police fired rubber projectiles at them during demonstrations against President Donald Trump in downtown Washington.

An AP photographer says he was hit three times by projectiles \u2014 once on his left shin and twice on his right \u2014 while covering demonstrations Friday.

A photo of a spent canister appears to show the bottom part of a \"rubber sponge.\" The foam-nosed projectile is launched at high-speed by police as a form of less lethal force.

District of Columbia police spokesman Dustin Sternbeck says police did not use rubber bullets but would not comment on whether they used rubber sponges. He says he will \"gladly provide\" a comprehensive after-action report once the demonstrations wrap up.

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8:10 p.m.

President Donald Trump is already making some changes to the Oval Office.

A bust of Winston Churchill was visible as reporters were allowed in to watch Trump sign an executive order.

Former President Barack Obama had been criticized for removing the bust. But Obama had said the Churchill bust remained in a prominent White House location outside his private office where he could see it every day.

A rug Obama had in the Oval Office that had quotations along its border has been removed.

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7:50 p.m.

Defense Secretary James Mattis is telling military personnel and their families that his actions are aimed at making sure \"our military is ready to fight today and in the future.\"

Mattis said in a statement Friday evening that he recognizes that \"no nation is secure without friends\" and is pledging to \"work with the State Department to strengthen\" the nation's alliances.

He says the Pentagon is \"devoted to gaining full value from every taxpayer dollar spent on defense, thereby earning the trust of Congress and the American people.\"

The statement was released just moments after Mattis was sworn in to the Cabinet post overseeing the Pentagon.

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7:35 p.m.

Vice President Mike Pence has sworn in President Donald Trump's nominees to run the Pentagon and the Homeland Security Department.

Retired Gen. James Mattis took the oath of office to be defense secretary. Retired Gen. John Kelly took the oath to be homeland security secretary.

They were sworn in Friday during a hastily arranged ceremony in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, where the vice president's suite of offices is located. The building is part of the White House campus.

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7:30 p.m.

President Donald Trump has signed commissions for retired Gen. James Mattis to serve as defense secretary and retired Gen. John Kelly to serve as secretary of the Homeland Security Department.

Trump signed the commissions in the Oval Office on his first day in office as reporters watched.

Trump spokesman Sean Spicer says Vice President Mike Pence will soon deliver the oath of office to the two retired generals. The Senate confirmed their nominations earlier Friday.

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7:25 p.m.

Police are clashing with protesters as a fire burns on K Street in Northwest Washington.

Authorities in riot gear standing side-by-side pushed protesters away from the fire, which was set in overturned newspaper bins in the middle of the street known for high-powered lobbying firms. Police hit at least 10 people with pepper spray as they advanced.

Several people ran from the scene yelling for medical attention while holding their eyes. Other protesters came to their aid and used bottled water to rinse their eyes.

With many people pushed into a nearby park, firefighters moved in and extinguished the fire.

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7:20 p.m.

President Donald Trump has signed his first executive order as president, ordering federal agencies to ease the burden of President Barack Obama's sweeping health care law.

Presidential spokesman Sean Spicer refused to offer details on the order.

Trump was joined in the Oval Office by Vice President Mike Pence, White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and other top advisers as he signed the executive order on the so-called \"Obamacare\" law that he opposed throughout his campaign.

Trump also formally signed the commissions of incoming Defense Secretary James Mattis and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.

The White House says Priebus was also sending a memorandum to agencies and departments instituting an immediate freeze on regulations. No additional details were immediately available.

Asked about his first day as president, Trump says, \"It was busy but good \u2014 a beautiful day.\"

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7:05 p.m.

President Donald Trump is using his first written statement as president to call on the Senate to confirm the rest of his nominees.

Trump says he is pleased that the Senate on Friday confirmed John Kelly to lead the Homeland Security Department and James Mattis at the head of the Defense Department. Trump is calling them \"uniquely qualified leaders\" who will start immediately to rebuild the military, defend the U.S. and secure its borders.

Trump says the Senate should fulfill its constitutional duty by swiftly confirming the rest of his nominees. He says they're highly qualified. Trump says he needs them confirmed so \"we can get to work on behalf of the American people.\"

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6:50 p.m.

The parade for newly sworn-in President Donald Trump is over, shifting the celebration to its third act \u2014 a trio of balls. Trump and first lady Melania are expected at all three.

Two balls will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The third, the \"Salute to Our Armed Services Ball,\" will take place at the National Building Museum.

The celebrations come after Trump was sworn in as the nation's 45th president and the Senate confirmed his picks to lead the Defense Department and the Department of Homeland Security.

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6:30 p.m.

The District of Columbia police chief says 217 people have been arrested and charged with rioting and six officers suffered minor injuries during demonstrations against President Donald Trump.

Interim Police Chief Peter Newsham provided the update at a news conference Friday.

Meanwhile, protesters in downtown Washington linked arms, facing off from the police line and chanting, \"No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA.\"

Metropolitan police have deployed streams of pepper spray against demonstrators marching along the streets of the nation's capital \u2014 a disgruntled parallel to the ongoing inaugural parade.

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6:25 p.m.

Donald Trump's hotel in Washington is tweeting a photo of flag-waving staffers welcoming the new president, and that's not sitting well with a prominent government ethics lawyer.

The tweet reads: \"We are waiting for you Mr. President! Thank you!\"

Former chief White House ethics lawyer Norm Eisen says the tweet \"puts the lie\" to Trump's vow that his company would avoid even the appearance of using the presidency to promote his business.

Trump made the pledge in a six-page \"White Paper\" released last week to avoid conflicts of interest. He promised his company would not take \"any actions that actually exploit, or even could be perceived as exploiting, the Office of the Presidency.\"

The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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6:15 p.m.

The Senate has voted convincingly to put a tough-talking retired Marine general in charge of overseeing President Donald Trump's pledge to crack down on illegal immigration.

Senators confirmed John Kelly's nomination to lead the Homeland Security Department, 88-11.

Among Kelly's likely first assignments will be executing Trump's plans for the fate of a program that has protected more than 750,000 young immigrants from deportation.

If Trump keeps his campaign promises, Kelly's agency will be responsible for strengthening the screening of immigrants permitted to enter the U.S. His department also will be charged with finding additional resources to locate and deport people living here illegally.

Kelly says he's in favor of a wall at the Mexican border, but he says a physical barrier alone isn't enough to secure the 2,000-mile frontier.

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5:40 p.m.

A video on social media shows District of Columbia police pepper-spraying a group of protesters \u2014 including an elderly woman and a man on crutches, as well as those trying to help them to move out of the way.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police Department declined to immediately provide comment. It was unclear what happened just before the video began.

The video shows a woman screaming \"my child\" as she runs with her crying son in her arms. Others are hunched over or coughing as plumes of pink spray waft over hundreds of people in the street. Toward the end of the video, protesters appear to be breaking up cement blocks and some people are seen throwing objects toward police.

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5:35 p.m.

The Republican-led Senate has voted to confirm James Mattis to be President Donald Trump's defense secretary.

Senators cleared the retired Marine general's nomination Friday.

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who challenged the idea of a former military leader in a civilian job, voted \"no.\" Republicans pushed for fast approval to ensure the post wouldn't be empty even for a brief amount of time after Trump's swearing-in.

Mattis will replace Ash Carter, who has been former President Barack Obama's defense secretary since February 2015.

Congress had to pave the way for Mattis to serve. Lawmakers last week passed legislation that Trump signed granting Mattis an exception from the law barring former service members who have been out of uniform for less than seven years from holding the job.

Mattis retired from the Marine Corps in 2013.

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5:30 p.m.

A group of protesters in downtown Washington jumped on the hood of a limousine, smashed its windows and then set it on fire, while hundreds of others waved signs and chanted slogans voicing their displeasure of their new president.

The protests came as President Donald Trump's inaugural parade continued blocks away.

Pockets of demonstrators broke out into screaming matches with Trump supporters. Police deployed flash bang grenades. Helicopters circled above, taking in the scene.

A line of police officers wearing riot gear watched demonstrators marching. The officers moved in once the limo was set afire to allow fire officials to extinguish the blaze. A pile of overturned newspaper boxes, trash cans and a tire were also set alight.

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5:20 p.m.

President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and their wives are arriving at the reviewing stand near the White House to watch the inaugural parade.

Trump said the day was \"unbelievable,\" as he and wife Melania made their way along the North Lawn to the stand on Pennsylvania Avenue. Trump also flashed a thumbs-up.

The first couple are surrounded in the enclosed stand by their family members.

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5:15 p.m.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump twice got out of their vehicles to walk and wave to the crowd during their escorted trip from the Capitol to the White House.

They first walked for about a block before reaching the Trump International Hotel, where the crowds on both sides of the street were at their loudest. As the Trumps neared the hotel, agents urged the couple to get back into their sedan.

A large crowd of protesters had gathered on the opposite side of the street, while supporters and employees of the hotel cheered on the hotel side of the street.

Later, the Trumps exited their sedan with their children and grandchildren in tow. An announcer roared, \"Welcome home, Mr. President.\"

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5:05 p.m.

A watchdog group is asking the General Services Administration to determine whether President Donald Trump has violated his lease for the government-owned building that houses his luxury hotel a few blocks from the White House.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington issued the letter Friday shortly after Trump took the oath of office.

The 2013 lease Trump signed for the Old Post Office building specifically bars any \"elected official of the Government of the United States\" from benefiting. Trump announced earlier this month that he would hand over day-to-day control of his multibillion-dollar business empire to two of his sons, but there is no indication he has relinquished his ownership stake in the $200 million project.

A spokeswoman for the GSA declined to comment.

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GRETNA, La. (AP) \u2014 A man accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend and a police officer was in critical condition after ending an hourslong standoff by shooting himself in the chest, the sheriff of a New Orleans suburb said Friday.

During the hours when Sylvester Holt, 32, was threatening to jump from New Orleans' bridge over the Mississippi River, he admitted shooting Simone Veal and Westwego Officer Michael Louviere, both of whom lived in Marrero, Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said.

\"He indicated he had a pretty good idea they were dead,\" the sheriff said at a news conference Friday night.

Trooper Dustin Dwight said Holt was taken to University Medical Center, the area's Level 1 trauma center, after shooting himself once in the chest.

If Holt survives, he will face first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Veal, 32, and Louviere, 26, plus a charge of feticide, Normand said.

The late evening press conference capped a tumultuous day that began with a frantic 911 call from Veal to authorities saying that she'd just been shot and ended with the shooting suspect fleeing to the busy New Orleans bridge, holding traffic captive while he negotiated with police for hours before shooting himself.

Normand said Holt, who was later identified as the shooter, had previously been romantically involved with Veal and had recently found out the woman was pregnant with a new boyfriend's child.

Holt went Friday morning to Veal's house and an altercation ensued during which he shot her several times.

Holt then looked for Veal's boyfriend as the woman fled in a car with Holt eventually catching up to her.

\"Witnesses said Sylvester Holt was ramming his truck into Simone's car and firing shots into the car\" before the vehicles stopped at the intersection where Louviere found them, Normand said.

The officer had just gotten off duty and was on his way home when he pulled over to help. Veal's car was significantly damaged and she was on the ground, Normand said.

Holt shot then shot Louviere in the head as well, Normand said, praising the officer.

\"He was doing the right thing for the right reasons at the right time,\" Normand said.

Holt later fled the scene, and an intense manhunt ensued. Authorities later spotted Holt on a bridge spanning New Orleans' east and west banks. Louisiana State Police spokeswoman Melissa Matey says authorities spent hours negotiating with Holt.

\"All those attempts failed. At approximately 5:30 Holt shot himself in the chest,\" she said.

This was not Holt's first run-in with the law. He was the subject of restraining orders obtained by several women since 2012, Normand said.

And he'd also been arrested in September after being accused of rape. But Jefferson Parish District Attorney Paul Connick Jr. said the rape charge was later dropped after the woman repeatedly told authorities she wanted to withdraw the charge, though she still alleged that he had raped her. Holt was released from jail on Jan. 7.

Connick said Holt contended the sex was consensual.

Louviere, a first-year officer who had led his recruit class, may have spoken to Holt before Holt pulled a gun, Normand said.

Louviere is survived by his wife, and their daughter, 4, and son, 1.

According to Westwego Police Chief Dwayne Munch, he had served with the Marines in Afghanistan and was a rising star likely bound for a job at a larger agency.

\"We knew we wouldn't have him for long. We just didn't know he would be gone this soon,\" Munch said.

Munch said he and a doctor broke the news to Louviere's wife at a hospital that her husband had died.

\"That was probably the hardest thing I've ever had to do,\" the chief said.

Friday's shooting comes after a sharp increase last year in the number of police officers killed in the line of duty \u2014 including a pair of deadly ambushes in Louisiana and Texas.

On July 7, a sniper in Dallas killed five law enforcement officers and wounded nine others at the end of what had been a peaceful rally against police brutality. Less than two weeks later, a lone gunman shot and killed three law enforcement officers and wounded three others in an attack outside a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, convenience store.

On Wednesday, authorities arrested a man accused of fatally shooting an Orlando, Florida, police officer outside a Wal-Mart on Jan. 9.

Munch, Westwego's police chief, said Louviere helped patrol Baton Rouge after the deadly shootings in that city and helped patrol neighboring Denham Springs after August's historic flooding.

\"Typical Michael,\" the chief said.

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McConnaughey reported from New Orleans. Associated Press staffers Michael Kunzelman in Baton Rouge and Rebecca Santana and Jonathan Bachmann in New Orleans contributed to this report.

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MARRERO, La. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on the shooting of a police officer in a town outside New Orleans (all times local):

9:30 p.m.

A New Orleans-area sheriff says that during negotiations while 32-year-old Sylvester Holt was threatening suicide, the man admitted shooting his pregnant ex-girlfriend and an off-duty police officer.

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand says that Holt \"indicated he had a pretty good idea they were dead.\"

He says Holt is in critical condition after shooting himself in the chest.

Normand says that if Holt survives, he will face first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Simone Veal and Officer Michael Louviere, plus a charge of feticide.

Holt shot himself after threatening for hours to jump from the Mississippi River bridge at New Orleans. The span from the city's east bank to its smaller west bank neighborhood was closed for hours, causing a traffic jam that stretched for miles.

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9:15 p.m.

A sheriff says that a man accused of shooting and killing a Louisiana police officer and a woman the shooter had been romantically involved with had recently found out the woman was pregnant with a new boyfriend.

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand says 32-year-old Sylvester Holt went Friday morning to Simone Veal's house and an altercation ensued during which he shot her several times.

Holt then looked for Veal's boyfriend as the woman fled in a car. She later crashed and a police officer, 26-year-old Westwego Officer Michael Louviere, pulled over to investigate.

Normand says Holt then arrived and shot Louviere as well.

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6:20 p.m.

A Louisiana state police spokesman says the suspect in the slaying of an officer and a woman shot himself following a standoff on a New Orleans bridge but is alive.

Trooper Dustin Dwight says the man identified as Sylvester Holt shot himself once in the chest on Friday evening.

Dwight said negotiators had been talking with Holt but he does not know what was said.

Dwight said rescue workers were going down to get Holt, who was on a girder below and to the side of the bridge roadway when the shooting happened.

News outlets have reported that Holt has been brought back up.

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5:30 p.m.

A man threatening to jump from New Orleans' Mississippi River bridge ignored a rope lowered to him as police hunted for a man who fatally shot an off-duty police officer and a woman who had crashed her car.

Police pulled the rope back up late Friday afternoon, and the man lay down on a girder below the bridge and outside its railing.

Assistant Gretna Police Chief Anthony Christiana told The New Orleans Advocate (http://bit.ly/2jHRKH3) that he'd been told the incident on the bridge might be related to the shootings. Officials have not given further explanation.

State Trooper Dustin Dwight, who's on the bridge, says the man's been threatening to jump but investigators don't know his name.

Investigators say 32-year-old Sylvester Holt is wanted for questioning in Friday morning's shootings.

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4:30 p.m.

Police officers are lowering a rope to a man standing on a girder below a bridge outside New Orleans as they seek a man who fatally shot an off-duty police officer and a woman who had crashed her car.

WVUE-TV (http://bit.ly/1LcyDNV ) showed live video of the rope being lowered to the man, whom police have not identified.

Assistant Gretna Police Chief Anthony Christiana told The New Orleans Advocate (http://bit.ly/2jHRKH3) that he'd been told the incident on the bridge might be related to the shootings. Officials have not given further explanation.

State Trooper Dustin Dwight, who's on the bridge, says the man's been threatening to jump but investigators don't know his name.

Investigators say 32-year-old Sylvester Holt is wanted for questioning in Friday morning's shootings.

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4:20 p.m.

The Jefferson Parish district attorney says a rape charge against a 'person of interest' in a double shooting was dropped by his accuser.

A sheriff's office spokesman says 32-year-old Sylvester Holt is wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths Friday of a woman he'd been involved with and a police officer

He had been released from jail Jan. 7, after prosecutors withdrew a rape charge against him.

District Attorney Paul Connick Jr. says the woman who accused him told investigators repeatedly that she wanted to withdraw the charge, though she still alleged that he had raped her.

Connick says Holt said the woman had agreed to have sex with him.

___

3:15 p.m.

Louisiana authorities say a woman who was fatally shot along with an off-duty police officer in a town outside New Orleans had been chased down in a vehicle by the shooter, who killed her as she lay on the ground after crashing her car.

Col. John Fortunato says witnesses say the man shot at 32-year-old Simone Veal, then chased her car in his vehicle to an intersection where she hit a truck waiting at a light.

Fortunato says that while in the intersection, the man shot Westwego Officer Michael Louviere (loo-VYEHR), then ran around the car and shot Veal as she lay on the ground. Fortunato didn't know if Veal has been hit in the earlier shooting.

Authorities have named 32-year-old Sylvester Holt as a person of interest in the investigation. Holt was released from jail on Jan. 7.

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2:15 p.m.

The off-duty police officer who was shot and killed in a New Orleans suburb was a U.S. Marine who served in Afghanistan before he embarked on a career in law enforcement.

Westwego Police Chief Dwayne Munch says the slain officer, 26-year-old Michael Louviere, joined the department in July 2015 and \"finished first in everything\" in his police academy class of roughly 20 recruits.

Munch says Louviere, a married father of a 4-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son, was a dedicated family man with a strong worth ethic and was a \"rising star\" on the police force.

Authorities say Louviere was shot in the head after he stopped to help at an accident scene Friday morning on his way home from work. The same man suspected of killing the officer also allegedly shot and killed the woman Louviere was helping.

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1:35 p.m.

The sheriff's office in a New Orleans suburb has released the name of a woman shot to death with an off-duty police officer.

Col. John Fortunato, a spokesman for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, says 32-year-old Simone Veal died from multiple gunshot wounds.

The attacker also killed an off-duty Westwego police officer who was trying to help her Friday morning.

The bridge from New Orleans' main section to a small part of the city across the Mississippi River is closed because a man is on a girder outside and below the roadway. Authorities say it may be related to the search for a 32-year-old man wanted for questioning in the double shooting.

He's identified as Sylvester Holt, who was released from jail Jan. 7 after prosecutors declined to bring a rape charge against him.

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12:45 p.m.

Authorities searching for a suspect in the killing of a police officer say they have closed off traffic because a man is standing on a girder below the railing of a bridge in New Orleans.

Assistant Gretna Police Chief Anthony Christiana told The New Orleans Advocate (http://bit.ly/2jHRKH3 ) that he'd been told the incident on the bridge might be related to the deaths of a woman and the off-duty Westwego police officer Friday morning.

The bridge was closed, backing up traffic for miles. Helicopters circled the area, and police cars swarmed.

Col. John Fortunato, spokesman for the sheriff in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, said he had not been able to confirm whether the man on the bridge is 32-year-old Sylvester Holt, who's wanted for questioning in the deaths.

He says Holt was released from jail Jan. 7 after prosecutors declined to bring a rape charge against him.

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12:15 p.m.

Authorities say a man wanted for questioning in the deaths of a Louisiana police officer and another person was released from jail on Jan. 7 after prosecutors declined to prosecute him for rape.

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office spokesman 32-year-old Sylvester Holt was released after prosecutors said they could not bring a rape charge against him due to \"lack of witness participation.\"

Col. John Fortunato also said several women had restraining orders against Holt.

Authorities say Westwego Officer Michael Louviere was off-duty and had stopped to help at an accident scene when he was shot in the head. A woman was shot to death. Her name has not been released. However, Sheriff Newell Normand has told news media she had been romantically involved with Holt.

Fortunato says Louviere was married and had a 4-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son, and his brother is a New Orleans police officer.

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10:45 a.m.

Louisiana authorities say that a police officer and a woman he was helping have been shot and killed.

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand told local media that Officer Michael Louviere of Westwego was killed in a shooting in neighboring Marrero.

Louviere was 26.

A woman was also killed in the shooting outside of Visitation of Our Lady School, located just across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. Normand says police are looking for 32-year-old Sylvester Holt, who was romantically involved with her.

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10 a.m.

Authorities say a police officer and a woman have been shot outside a school just across the Mississippi River from New Orleans.

Col. John Fortunato, a spokesman for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, said the officer from Westwego was shot Friday in the neighboring town of Marrero. There was no immediate word on either his condition or the woman's.

Archdiocese of New Orleans spokeswoman Sarah Comiskey McDonald says it happened outside Visitation of Our Lady School. She says the sheriff's office must answer all other questions, including whether the woman was a school employee.

The school teaches pre-kindergarten through seventh grade students.

A message on its Facebook page said an incident Friday morning disrupted the school day, and children could be dropped off but all absences would be excused. It also said that a sixth-grade field trip had been canceled and all tests, quizzes and assignments would be postponed.

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9 a.m.

Abdallah Aballah works at a gas station near where a police officer was shot, just cross the river from New Orleans. He said a woman ran in about 6:30 a.m. Friday screaming for someone to call 911.

He said he and some customers made calls. Aballah says he heard two shots, and customers ran outside.

Col. John Fortunato, a spokesman for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, says a Westwego police officer was shot and that a woman also was shot in the same incident, which happened in Marrero, just across the Mississippi River from New Orleans.

There's no immediate word on the condition of the officer or the woman.

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7:45 a.m.

A spokesman says a police officer has been shot in a town outside New Orleans.

Col. John Fortunato, a spokesman for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, said in a short statement Friday morning that they had an \"officer down incident\" in which a Westwego police officer was shot.

He says a female victim was also shot in the same incident, which happened in Marrero, just across the Mississippi River from New Orleans.

There was no information on the condition of the officer or the victim.

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Photographer Jonathan Bachman contributed to this report.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) \u2014 More than 20 people escaped injury Friday when a flood swept cabins and vehicles down a coastal canyon as the second in a trio of storms drenched California with heavy rain and brought more snow to the mountains.

The dramatic scene about 115 miles northwest of Los Angeles came during a day of pounding rain in Southern California that caused flooding, rockslides and an avalanche warning. Trees were toppled, cars were stranded in surging water and five homeless people were rescued by helicopter when their encampment was swamped.

The storm disrupted the first post-presidential vacation of Barack Obama and his family. Their plane had to be diverted from the Palm Springs airport to March Air Force Base 60 miles away.

After years of dry weather, California has been buffeted by rain and snow this winter. Northern California has gotten the lion's share and most of that region has now emerged from drought.

Another storm is expected during the weekend, and it's forecast to be fiercer than the previous two. A flash flood warning starting late Saturday has been issued for the San Francisco area.

Friday's storm was stronger than expected in Southern California.

A swollen creek lifted five cabins off their foundations at midmorning and swept 22 vehicles down El Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara County, fire Capt. Dave Zaniboni said.

About 20 people stuck in the canyon were rescued from the private campground above a state beach, officials said.

\"The water kept getting higher, and higher and higher, and then all the debris kept backing up and took out all the bridges, overflowed the bank, took out a bunch of cabins, took out a bunch of cars,\" Todd Martin, who works at El Capitan campground, told the Santa Maria Times.

Five of the vehicles and part of a cabin were found on the beach, officials said.

By early afternoon more than 5 inches of rain had fallen in Refugio Pass in the Santa Ynez Mountains just to the northwest of El Capitan Canyon.

A sheriff's helicopter returning to an airport after the canyon incident spotted a car swamped by water. A woman screaming for help from higher ground nearby was hoisted to safety, Zaniboni said.

In downtown Los Angeles, five people were rescued from a homeless encampment that was flooded. And in the San Diego area, four students had minor injuries after they were hit by a toppled tree near Chula Vista Middle School.

Inland mountains were blanketed with snow, and the LA County Sheriff's Department warned of avalanche danger in Wrightwood.

Runoff and rockslides in the Santa Monica Mountains west of Los Angeles forced the California Highway Patrol to close all canyon roads in the Malibu area.

Storm warnings were also posted up and down the Sierra Nevada after the second storm dropped nearly 2 feet of snow at higher elevations.

Along the coast, big surf was rolling ashore, and forecasters said waves could build to 30 feet on the Central Coast.

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AP writer Scott Sonner in Reno, Nevada, contributed to this story.

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