Even before Trump was elected, he sparked a lot of ire for D.C. locals. During the annual 17th Street High Heel Race, which took place before the election, Trump's base was mocked and parodied by many drag queens.
Just before inauguration, dozens of members of the LGBTQ community and their allies gathered near Vice President Mike Pence's house to protest. Just one person protested in favor of the new adminstration.
At inauguration, Lee Housekeeper of San Francisco, California, held up an unflattering Trump bobble-head next to a Trump supporter.
Many locals mock Trump openly, including this man, who dressed as Trump during a charity undie run in February 2017.
Almost no one showed up to the 2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner - which President Trump refused to attend. Less than a dozen photographers covered the red carpet. In years past, the WHCD is considered one of the busiest weekends for local media.
A local poses with an Obama impersonator on the former president's birthday (August 4), which was honored with a block party in the Shaw neighborhood. Although President Obama is out of office, he remains wildly popular in Washington D.C.
One year later, D.C. remains ready to protest. Although the main Women's March wasn't held in D.C., thousands of anti-Trump protesters took to the National Mall on the anniversary of the first march.