Here’s the Capitol on Day 1 of Trump’s presidency…
…And here’s the Capitol on Day 1447 of his presidency.
Here are the steps where Trump got sworn in on Day 1…
…And here are those same steps on Day 1447.
Here’s Trump on Day 1 of his presidency, going to mass at St. John’s Church…
And here’s that same church on Day 1229, after Trump ordered police to use tear gas on Black Lives Matter protestors so he could do a photoshoot in front of it.
Here’s Trump on Day 1, swearing on a Bible…
…And here’s Trump on Day 1229, holding up a Bible in front of St. John’s church for his photoshoot.
Here’s a shot of the Capitol on Day 1 of Trump’s term…
…And here’s what the Capitol looked like on Day 1210, after Trump said he “[doesn’t] take responsibility at all” for his administration’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s Trump on Day 40 of his term, walking through the door of the House Chamber to deliver his first address to Congress…
…And here’s Day 1447 in the House Chamber, as police point guns at insurrectionists attempting to enter through that very same door.
Here’s Day 40 again, as Trump smiles up at the gallery during his first Congressional address…
…And here’s that gallery on Day 1447, as members of Congress hide from terrorists that Trump incited.
Back to Day 1, here’s a Trump supporter wrapped in a “Trump” flag…
…And on Day 1447, a terrorist wrapped himself in a “Trump” flag and took over the Senate Chamber.
Here’s Trump on Day 1, as he bids the Obamas goodbye on a marine helicopter…
…And here’s Trump on Day 1352, boarding his own marine helicopter to the hospital after he hosted a superspreader event at the White House and contracted COVID-19.
Here’s the Capitol on Day 0 of Trump’s presidency. The night before he was inaugurated, the building was secured with a chain link fence…
…And here’s the Capitol before Biden’s inauguration, which now must be protected by 25,000 armed members of the National Guard.
Here’s a shot from Day 1 of Trump’s term, as he walks through the hallways of the Capitol…
…And here’s what the hallways of the Capitol looked like on Day 1447.
And finally, here’s the National Mall on Day 1 of Trump’s term, as a scattered crowd gathers to watch his swearing in…
…And here’s the National Mall on Day 1461, with 200,000 flags placed on the ground to honor the 400,000 American lives lost to the COVID pandemic. (The memorial was put together by Joe Biden; Trump has remained mostly silent on these deaths.)