In the midst of inaugural celebrations, the Trump administration found a few moments to get some work done.
Here's all the news you probably missed when you out celebrating--or protesting--the 45th commander-in-chief.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday night aimed at "easing the burden" of the Affordable Care Act, which is also known as Obamacare.
Two Cabinet confirmations
James "Mad Dog" Mattis and John Kelly, President Trump's nominations for defense secretary and homeland security secretary, respectively, were confirmed by the Senate Friday afternoon.
This gives Trump two leaders for his national security team shortly after taking office.
One FCC leader
President Trump is expected to tap Ajit Pai to lead the Federal Communications Commission, according to Politico.
Pai, unlike Trump's other Cabinet nominees, won't need to be confirmed by the Senate because he was commissioned by President Obama to serve as the FCC's Republican representative, allowing him to skip out of going through the confirmation process a second time.
With a new president comes a new website...and Twitter.
Throughout most of the day, the webpage had dead links, and apparently, many issues.
The White House also launched a new Twitter handle for the newly-elected president.