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WASHINGTON D.C.  —  Just moments after being sworn in, President Trump signed his first bills into law.

The paperwork included formal nominations for his cabinet and other nominations, including his formal nomination for Governor Terry Branstad as his Ambassador to China.

As is customary, Trump used a series of pens to sign the measures and then distributed the pens among those in attendance.