WATCH | President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump make their way to the White House.
UPDATE 4:46 p.m.:
President Trump and Vice President Pence have arrived to their new residence, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
But before they arrived, Pence and his family took a few moments to wave to parade spectators on foot.
UPDATE 4:26 p.m.:
Protestors set a vehicle on fire in front of The Washington Post headquarters, which is located near 13th and K streets, in downtown D.C.
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President Trump and his family, including his wife Melania and son Barron, started walking near Pennsylvania and 11th street--blocks away from the new and luxurious Trump International Hotel.
Beginning at the Capitol building where President Trump was sworn into office earlier this morning, the 45th commander-in-chief is now inching his way to his new residence on Pennsylvania Ave--a symbolic representation of the the day's events.
From the motorcade, Trump gave his signature 'thumbs-up' to the crowd of spectators.
The presidential tradition of walking some of the nearly two mile parade route was initiated by President Carter in 1977. He set out of the longest inaugural walk in the history of the office, strolling along his wife and 9-year-old daughter for more than a mile, according to the New York Times.