It was a big year for the White House, as President Donald Trump moved into his new home in the White and has since become the nation’s least-white president.

Here are 10 moments from the year that will be remembered.

1.

March 8, 2019: White House Correspondents Dinner at the White house, with an appearance by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

Trump has a long history of appearing at the annual dinner, which honors the nation and has become a way of honoring the first African American president.

It is held annually at the Capitol and is a chance for the president to acknowledge the support of his base, according to The Washington Post.

He is the only president since Truman to attend the event and he has attended at least five other times since his inauguration in January.

Trump has been at the dinner more than once in recent years.

In January, he appeared at the party to honor the legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and to talk about his plan to deport millions of illegal immigrants.

He also spoke with the press afterward, saying the dinner was “one of the great joys of my life.”

2.

May 16, 2019.

The House and Senate passed a measure that would have allowed transgender people to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity.

The House voted 217-213 to pass the measure.

The Senate voted 98-2.

It would have set up a national standard that would allow transgender people who identify as transgender to use facilities that match their gender, including restrooms, locker rooms, and showers.

The bill also would have extended protections for transgender students and students of color.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Monday that the administration was still analyzing the Senate’s vote.

3.

July 5, 2019 : Trump signs a memorandum repealing Obama administration guidance on transgender students.

President Donald Trump signs the first major executive order on transgender rights, a memorandum that would undo the Obama administration’s guidance on how schools should treat transgender students in schools.

Trump signed the memo late Monday night and said he was “delighted to sign it.”

The order would prohibit the federal government from funding school-related activities that exclude transgender students from restrooms and locker rooms and schools would be required to provide equal access to restrooms and other facilities based on gender identity and expression.

4.

October 13, 2019 The White House sends an email to all federal agencies and agencies participating in the 2018 Census, asking them to submit an application to expand the number of transgender individuals on the rolls, and it also asks the public to send in data about their sexual orientation and gender identity to the Census Bureau.

As the Census rolls in data for 2018, it’s clear that there is more work to be done to address the unique needs of transgender Americans.

And the White Houses Office of Civil Rights will continue to work with all of the relevant stakeholders, including all agencies, to address their unique needs, according the email.

5.

May 31, 2020: Trump signs an executive order to bar transgender people from serving in the military, including transgender individuals in the National Guard.

After President Trump signed an executive action on Monday to bar trans people from the military for a period of time, the National Women’s Law Center released a statement to the Associated Press saying that the move “would be a devastating blow to transgender service members who serve their country with honor and distinction.”

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

6.

March 10, 2021 : President Donald Trumps executive order barring federal funding for transgender individuals from the bathroom.

Trumps order also bars federal funding from the Department of Education and the Department for Women and Girls from paying for transgender-inclusive gender identity health and safety programs, the executive order states.

In the order, Trump states that the federal “fundamental rights and freedoms” of transgender people are “at risk” under his administration.

The order says that “gender identity is not an immutable characteristic of one’s birth, but rather an identity created and maintained at birth.”

The executive order also states that “the rights and privileges of transgender persons in the United States will be diminished if they are barred from the use of facilities consistent with their gender identities.”

7.

March 31, 2021: The Trump administration sends an e-mail to all Federal agencies and organizations to notify them that the Obama-era directive on transgender bathroom access was unconstitutional.

On Monday, the Trump administration sent an e of its own to all agencies and all federal contractors in the Federal Government, stating that the directive was unconstitutional, according an administration official who spoke to USA Today on condition of anonymity.

8.

March 15, 2021 .

Trump signs executive order that bars federal contractors from discriminating against employees based on their gender.

His order bars the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department and the Office of Management and Budget from discriminating based on sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in the hiring process, according

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