These are the top White House photos from Trump's first year as president

President Donald Trump's historic first year in office is nearing its end. Below are the official White House photos that stand out most from Trump's first year. President Donald Trump's first year in office is drawing to a close, and White House photographers have documented just about every day in their hundreds of photos. From Trump's first 100 days, to top-level meetings with cabinet members, national security officials, and foreign dignitaries, the photographers employed by the White House were given access to capture defining moments of Trump's presidency that the independent press corps were not. Here are the White House photos that stand out most from Trump's first year in office:SEE ALSO: The White House photographer has taken more than 2 million photos during Obama's presidency — here are the best January 20, 2017: President-elect Donald Trump walks to take his seat for the inaugural swearing-in ceremony at the US Capitol in Washington, DC. January 31, 2017: Trump joins Judge Neil Gorsuch, his wife Louise, and other in prayer in the Green Room of the White House, following Trump's announcement of Gorsuch as his nominee to the US Supreme Court. February 28, 2017: Flanked by Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan, Trump delivers his Joint Address to Congress at the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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