An October 31, 2016 piece from whitehouse.gov on the plans to transition the social media presence of White House and President to the 45th President of the United States, while preserving the social media footprint of the 44th president.
The Miller Center at the University of Virginia - The Miller Center is a nonpartisan affiliate of the University of Virginia that specializes in presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history. Their First Year Project examines the history and structure of presidential transitions and First Years, and assesses the policy opportunities and threats for our next President.
When Professors Kathryn Watts and Sanne Knudsen, at the University of Washington School of Law, announced a new law school course on presidential power for winter 2017, the course quickly filled. But the interest wasn't restricted to law students: faculty and students from other UW departments, alumni, and community members were eager to learn about the law of presidential power. This guide collects readings for anyone who would like to pursue the topic.
The positions of party floor leader are not included in the Constitution but developed gradually in the 20th century. The first floor leaders were formally designated in 1920 (Democrats) and 1925 (Republicans). Learn how these positions and powers work.