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Pete Souza compared Trump's notes with Obama's.
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Mark Hamill, Alyssa Milano, Pete Souza, Rosie O’Donnell and Mia Farrow are among thousands of people demanding the celebration be snubbed.
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The Obama-era White House photographer hit back on Instagram after Trump joked around with Putin at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
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Former White House snapper Pete Souza dinged Trump with three old photos from Obama's time with British royalty.
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Pete Souza also had his say on the Boston Red Sox visit to the White House.
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"Is this White House distributing an enemies list?" asked one Twitter user.
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The former White House photographer asks why Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner use private email for official communications.
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Pete Souza said he wouldn't have trolled another Republican, such as Mitt Romney or John McCain, in the way he spotlights Trump.
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Barack Obama's former photographer shared an old image of Barrymore and Reagan to Instagram.
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Pete Souza used an old snap of Vladimir Putin to throw shade at Donald Trump on Presidents Day.
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Pete Souza offered an amusing response to Trump's Twitter whine.
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Pete Souza used photographic evidence in a bid to disprove Trump's reported claim about what Obama did in the official residence.
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Pete Souza shared some "Sympathy for the Devil" to Instagram.
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Pete Souza said the photo was from "back when our President was big enough to get along with a Speaker of the House from the opposition party."
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Pete Souza mocked Donald Trump with an old image of Barack Obama inside a driving simulator.
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Pete Souza shared two old images of Barack Obama.
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"He's smart. Doesn’t leak in the Oval," Pete Souza captioned an adorable throwback snap of Bo, the Obama family dog.
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Pete Souza said he wouldn’t have treated John McCain or Mitt Romney the same way, had they become president, because they'd have “respected the office."
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Pete Souza apologized on behalf of the country to retired Adm. William McRaven.