The billionaire leader of the free world was travelling back from a meeting with the CIA on Saturday when his convoy clashed with the Women’s March on Washington.
Hundreds of protesters screamed and chanted at the newly-inaugurated President as he sped along the route back to his new home.
Thousands rallied at the Ellipse, which is visible from the White House, with some chanting: “Welcome to your first day, we will never go away.”
The President meeting at CIA’s headquarters was organised as a bid to repair his shaky relationship with the intelligence community.
But Mr Trump quickly took the opportunity to slam the media coverage of his inauguration – claiming outlets had inaccurately reported the size of the crowd.
The President struggled to get back to the White House as protestors hounded his motorcade.
Protestors gathered across the globe against Mr Trump's presidency.
He said: “We had a massive field of people. You saw that. Packed.
“I get up this morning, I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field. I said ‘Wait a minute! I made a speech!’
“I looked out. The field was – it looked like a million, a million and a half people!”
Mr Trump told the intelligence community the media invented a "feud" between him and the agencies.
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Protestors were chased through the streets of Washington as violent scenes broke out close to the Donald Trump inauguration in Washington.
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Police and demonstrators clash in downtown Washington after a limo was set on fire.
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The visit took place amid global protests against Mr Trump’s presidency over the course of the weekend.
Around 230 protestors were arrested in Washington on charges of felony rioting on Inauguration Day.
But that didn’t stop the First Family from making the most of the White House’s bowling alley in the first days at their new home, with Donald Trump Jr, his wife Vanessa and their daughter Kai Madison filmed enjoying a game there Saturday.