The pen is no longer a weapon in the fight for the 2016 presidential election.
But the pen’s power has expanded, as a new presidential pen, the Pen of the First Presidency, was unveiled Monday by President-elect Donald Trump.
Trump is now the first president to have a pen of his own, which he used in a series of early-morning tweets, including the one that started the pen war.
“The President has officially signed the Pen.
The pen of the first presidency is now in the Oval Office,” Trump wrote.
“The pen of this new administration will be used to communicate and coordinate with all levels of government.”
Trump’s pen had been sitting in the White House since the inauguration, but he had not tweeted about it.
In the Oval Oasis, Trump used the pen to make some of his most controversial tweets since taking office.
“I’m not going to use it like a pen,” Trump said during a December interview with ABC News.
“I’m going to put it in a box.
It’s a pen.
You just put it down.”
Trump said he wanted the pen as a symbol of his new administration and his promise to make America great again.
“It’s not like I have a fancy pen, because I have no fancy pen,” he said.
“But it is a pen, and it is going to be a pen.”
Trump also took to Twitter to say that he would not use the pen “as a pen again,” but instead “to write on a napkin.”
“I don’t want to use that pen,” the president-elect said in January.
“And if I don’t use it, then it’s going to sit on a shelf and it’s not going anywhere.
And then it will go away. And I don�t want to have to put that pen down again.”
After the election, Trump announced he would be using the pen, along with his signature pen, in his inaugural address.
He later tweeted that the pen was in his office.