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e of the first official telephone calls of the new administration with the National Park Service? According to the Washington Post, President Donald Trump spoke to acting Park's director, Michael Reynolds the day after his inauguration. The subject, the crowd size at Donald Trump's swearing in ceremony. The Post reporting the Commander in Chief demanded photographic evidence of the number of people at the national mall.
He also wanted to know why an employee from the Park's service had re-tweeted side by side comparisons of Trump's inaugural crowd with the record breaking number that watched President Barack Obama take the oath of office in 2009. The Post reporting Reynolds was surprised by Trump's request, but did secure some additional aerial photographs and forwarded them on, but the photos did not prove Trump's claim that his crowd size was upward of one million people.