As President Donald Trump took office, nearly every reference to disabilities on the White House website disappeared. The online presence of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. got a revamp tailored to its new resident after Trump's swearing in on Friday and, with the changeover, came a noticeably reduced emphasis on disability matters.
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