Sun, Jan. 22, 2017: Trump hosts law enforcement officials at White House

From @POTUS:

It was an honor to host our amazing teams of law enforcement at the @WhiteHouse this afternoon. @VP Pence and I are grateful for all you do.

President Donald Trump shook hands with FBI Director James Comey Sunday afternoon during a reception for law enforcement officials and first responders.

Trump joked that Comey had “become more famous than me” as he greeted the nation’s top law enforcement official. Comey also shook hands with Vice President Mike Pence.

Some Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, blamed Comey for Clinton’s defeat in last year’s presidential election after he publicly announced a new development in the investigation into the former secretary of state’s private email server days before the vote. Comey later said the new evidence did not change the bureau’s decision not to pursue charges against the Democratic nominee.

Trump briefly addressed law enforcment officers and other agency heads who helped with Friday’s inauguration festivities. The president said his swearing-in was “such a success and such a safety success and we want to thank you all.”

–Fox News

Sun, Jan. 22, 2017: White House senior staff sworn in; Trump says he will begin talks with Mexico, Canada on NAFTA (Video)

President Trump said Sunday he will meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, a move that would fulfill one of Trump’s most oft-stated campaign promises, the Washington Examiner reports.

“We’re also meeting with the prime minister of Canada, and we will be meeting with the president of Mexico, who I know, and we’re going to start negotiations having to do with NAFTA” Trump said during a swearing-in ceremony for members of his senior staff.

“Anybody ever hear of NAFTA?” he joked. “I ran a campaign somewhat based on NAFTA.”

Trump said he would also begin a discussion about immigration and border security.

–White House Dossier