What he did: Signed a revised executive order that would bar migrants from predominantly Muslim nations.
What Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said: "Unregulated, unvetted travel is not a universal privilege, especially when national security is at stake."
Reaction: "This is a retreat, but let's be clear — it's just another run at a Muslim ban," said Omar Jadwat of the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project.
What happened: Endorsed a Republican bill to overhaul the nation's health care system.
What he said: "Our wonderful new Healthcare Bill is now out for review and negotiation. ObamaCare is a complete and total disaster — is imploding fast!" he tweeted.
Reaction: "We have to admit we are divided on replacement," said Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
What he did: Met privately with conservative leaders who have raised objections about the Republican health care overhaul bill.
What White House press secretary Sean Spicer said: "If anybody can get a deal on something, it's going to be Donald Trump."
Reaction: "He heard our concerns, our very serious concerns with the House draft bill," said Club for Growth President David McIntosh.
What happened: Launched an aggressive effort to win over holdout conservatives and waffling senators to support House Republicans' replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
Reaction: "He understands the power he has as president to drive the legislative process," said Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-N.C.
What he did: Reveled in the news that employers added 235,000 workers to their payrolls in February, dropping the unemployment rate to 4.7 percent.
What he said: "The unemployment number, as you know, is totally fiction," he said Dec. 8, 2016, at a campaign rally in Des Moines.
Reaction: "It's definitely a solid report," said Tara Sinclair, a George Washington University economist.
What Vice President Mike Pence did: Visited Louisville, Ky., to promote plans to replace the Affordable Care Act.
What he said: "I know your former governor, Steve Beshear, has been defending Obamacare all over America. And he might even have something to say about my visit here today, and I welcome the debate. I really do."
Reaction: "The health care bill they're trying to ram through is horrible for this country," said Chris Rowzee, who helped organize a protest in Louisville.
Coming this week
Tuesday: Meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Wednesday: Appears at campaign rally in Nashville.
Thursday: Revised travel ban is scheduled to take effect.