President Donald Trump makes a statement in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington on Nov. 5, 2020. (UPI/Kyodo)

The following is a chronology of major events under U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.

Jan. 20, 2017 -- Trump is sworn in as U.S. president.

Jan. 27 -- Trump signs order for travel ban from seven Muslim-majority nations.

Jan. 30 -- Trump notifies member countries of U.S. withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal.

Feb. 10 -- Trump meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Washington, their first meeting after Trump's inauguration.

June 1 -- Trump announces U.S. exit from Paris climate pact.

Aug. 8 -- Trump warns North Korea will face "fire and fury" amid nuclear and missile threats.

Nov. 5 -- Trump pays first visit to Japan as president.

Dec. 6 -- Trump announces recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel.

May 8, 2018 -- Trump announces U.S. withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal.

June 12 -- Trump meets North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, the first-ever summit between the two countries.

July 6 -- U.S., China start tit-for-tat tariff war.

Nov. 6 -- U.S. Democratic Party regains majority in House of Representatives, while Republican Party retains majority in Senate in the midterm elections.

Feb. 1, 2019 -- Trump says U.S. is withdrawing from Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia.

June 30 -- Trump becomes first sitting U.S. president to step into North Korea as he meets Kim at the Demilitarized Zone dividing the two Koreas.

Oct. 7 -- U.S., Japan sign trade deal at White House.

Oct. 27 -- Trump says Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died in U.S. military raid in Syria.

Dec. 18 -- U.S. House impeaches Trump for allegedly pressuring Ukraine leader to investigate political rival Joe Biden.

Jan. 3, 2020 -- U.S. military kills top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in airstrike in Iraq.

Jan. 15 -- U.S., China sign partial trade deal at White House.

Feb. 5 -- Trump acquitted in impeachment trial in Senate.

March 13 -- Trump declares national emergency over outbreak of novel coronavirus.

March 15 -- U.S. Federal Reserve announces cutting key interest rate to near zero.

May 25 -- Black man George Floyd dies in police custody in Minnesota, sparking nationwide anti-racism protests.

July 7 -- U.S. says it has notified United Nations of its withdrawal from World Health Organization.

July 14 -- Trump signs order to end U.S. preferential treatment for Hong Kong.

July 23 -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announces end to decades-old "blind engagement" with China.

July 24 -- U.S. confirms closure of Chinese consulate in Houston in line with U.S. demand.

Aug. 9 -- U.S. health secretary travels to Taiwan, highest-level visit by U.S. Cabinet official in four decades.

Aug. 18 -- Democratic Party officially nominates Biden as presidential candidate.

Aug. 28 -- Abe announces resignation due to chronic illness.

Sept. 15 -- Israel signs U.S.-brokered deals to normalize bilateral ties with United Arab Emirates, Bahrain at White House.

Oct. 2 -- Trump says he is infected with coronavirus, hospitalized for three nights.

Oct. 26 -- Senate confirms Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative justice replacing liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Nov. 3 -- U.S. presidential election held.

Nov. 7 -- Biden defeats Trump, according to U.S. media projections.

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