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Transitioning From Obama Souvenirs to Trump Souvenirs

While stores and street vendors have transitioned to selling President-elect Donald Trump memorabilia, President Barack Obama is still on the shelves and selling well to nostalgic fans.

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Political bobbleheads(from left to right): Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
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With the inauguration less than a month away, street vendors stock up with presidential items.
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Out with the old, in with the new.
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Political bobbleheads(from left to right): Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
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John Pierce of Ft. Worth, Texas, bought his daughter a "Make America Great Again" hat as a Christmas joke because she's not a Trump fan. She is a Bernie Sanders supporter.
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Ashley Devan (right) and her twin sister shop for their grandfather, who loves Trump.
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D.C. street vendors say Obama T-shirts sell out fast and way more than the Trump items.
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Michelle Washington, assistant manager at Washington Welcome Center, says Trump items are flying off the shelves. People are still ordering Obama items for sentimental reasons, but she says a lot of customers are excited for Trump.
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These pins and buttons show the 2017 presidential transition.
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