Protesters unimpressed by his "Salute to America" program inflated a roly-poly balloon depicting Trump as an angry, diaper-clad baby.
But not at the same rally.
The National Park Service said it could take up to two weeks for the graffiti to be removed.
“Looking forward to the memories we’ll make in our new home!" the first lady tweeted.
Also there's some White House stuff for sale.
In what has become a familiar scene in the nation's capital, tens of thousands of activists gathered in Washington by the
"We want this date to be remembered not just as Trump’s 100th day in office but also as the day we filled the streets."
The president just won't let it go.
Barack Obama's first inauguration drew a record crowd of 1.8 million.