WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: A view of the crowd at the U.S. Ca

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On his first full day as President of the United States, Donald Trump actually called the acting Director of the National Park Service to dispute the photo’s of the Presidential Inauguration.

The Washington Post reported that Trump personally called and ordered the Park Service Head Michael Reynolds to produce more photo’s of the National Mall to prove that his crowd was bigger than Barack Obama’s first Inauguration.

The Post reported that Michael Reynolds did forward more pictures of the National Mall to the White House as requested..

Photo’s produced by the National Park Service clearly shows that Trumps crowd was nowhere near the size of President Barack Obama.

Asked about Trump’s call, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, “President Trump is someone who takes action and gets things done — this is one of the reasons he won and Hillary didn’t.”

 The Post also reported  that Trump expressed anger over a retweet sent from the park service’s account, in which side-by-side photographs showed far fewer people at his swearing-in than had shown up to see President Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009