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With me now, Julius Krein, editor of American Affairs - a new magazine backing Trumpism. And the English writer and New York Magazine's contributing editor Andrew Sullivan, who urged Americans not to vote for Donald Trump. Putting some intellectual backbone into Trumpism, which I think is your ambition, there wasn't much of that in the speech today, was there? No, I agree.
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To reason from Alec Zona, Phil, thank you. As you saw, two Trump supporters, entirely different, both wanting the same thing and promising to keep a close eye on what Trump actually does with his power. We're all waiting to see. Matt Frei reporting there. Against a background of building music for the parade that is to come.
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What will you look for in four years' time, if indeed he seeks re-election. How tough will you be on him? I do believe that because he isn't a politician, he does know how to create jobs, he isn't a person that's been the political system all his life like most of our politicians, so that's why I believe he can do what he needs to do.
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How important is it that the nation comes together? What we see on the streets is frankly a lot of division between Trump supporters, and those who don't like him. It's greatly important. The sad part is I think no matter what he does there's always going to be a separation, even if he does everything he says, there as I was going to be a side that doesn't want to believe.
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How would you describe it? It's a problem, a crisis, but carnage is a strong word. I think there are some crises in our country and that's why I think he's a candidate to help change America.
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There's very little carnage on the streets of America. I wouldn't say that. I think that we do have some problems here. There's people that need help and I think he's going to improve the education system, and that's been greatly needed as well. But that's not carnage, is it? Perhaps not.
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I think he'll make a big difference and make America great again. Everyone says he will make America a great again, that line has been downloaded into your DNA. But what does it actually mean? This is a great country, isn't it? It is a great country but we have strayed from our roots and I think we will come back around, like he said. We will become number one, take care of ourselves first, then go out and help others. When Trump spoke today about the carnage on the streets of America, he's exaggerating.
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Why have you come together? This is the Trump coalition, right? Yes, it is. I was for club when he first announced his candidacy a year and a half ago. What about you, Phil? I'm just here for the change.
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Let's talk to Jew trumps that porters, to raise from Arizona and -- lets talk to two Trump supporters, Teresa from Arizona and Phil. Have you been to inauguration before? No. This was a big deal for you? It was a big deal. A friend wanted us to come and supported us. I don't think of you two as natural political bedfellows when I look at you both.
West Briton
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The owner of two world-famous Cornish pasty shops has said he intends to sell the business and retire after 27 years trading from the high street. Brian Shore, 68, of Horse and Jockey Bakery in Helston and Porthleven, said the business had been put up for sale. It is on the market with agents Stratton Creber Commercial for £320,000. Mr Shore said: I am 68 now. I don't want to be getting up at 4 o'clock in the morning when I am 70. It's time for me to go. I want to retire...
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There was some tear gas earlier. There were several dozen arrests I believe, but nothing as dramatic as the rhetoric of the campaign, and the anticipation would warrant. Let's not forget, the main purpose of the day is for the tens of thousands of Trump supporters, who flocked to town, to basically welcome their new president, and also to promise him that they will hold his feet to the fire in four years' time, if he seeks re-election.
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It was their election, but it is our future. It's been a largely peaceful day here, which is not what everyone expected. There were some pockets of unrest and we can look at some pictures of riot police.
Western Daily Press
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A car crash is affecting traffic on the A358 in both directions.The road near Mattock's Tree Hill in Taunton is partially blocked and traffic is reported to be moving very slowly. Traffic has been reduced to a crawl near the Greenway Lane junction and police say that debris is still being cleared from the road. Police say the accident took place at 4.23pm and involved two vehicles. The police attended the scene and report that nobody was seriously injured. Are you affected? Update other drivers...
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Despite all of the animosity before? Absolutely, God bless. After today the trinkets, the hats and badges will be put away. Whether they will re-emerge in four years from now depends on what Trump actually does with his power. And whether he satisfies the people who put him here in the first place and made the unthinkable become reality today.
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Are you making big money? Yeah, man, Rich gives to the poor, right? Thank you. Thank you, Trump, love you. But does he? Senator Ted Cruz, Trump's principal foe during the Republican race. How do you feel? Terrific but we have got to run to the Capitol. We have the opportunity to do a lot of good as look forward to it.
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What can he do for this country? Change, but we were supposed to get eight years ago, four years ago. Since his biggest appeal was business acumen it was hardly surprising that commerce should play such a big role today.
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What do you say to the demonstrators who hate him down there? You can leave. Have you come to an inauguration before? I haven't. I'm here to support Donald Trump. I'm excited about the future of this country now.
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He is a businessman. This country needs a businessman to run it. He will be putting America first. That is what we need to do. We have so many American homeless and veterans that are suffering, we need to look after the Americans first.
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The crowds were much smaller and far whiter than the first -- than for the first billionaire president compared with the first black president of the United States. But it was still an historic day. Did you ever think there would be a businessman in the White House? No. -- yes.
The Economic Times
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India spends around 14.4% of its GDP on logistics compared to less than 8% spent by other developing countries. Logistics market in India is expected to be worth $307 billion by 2020 and the unorganised nature of the sector opens up a huge scope for disruption, according to industry experts. While a bunch of startups did go off-track in their endeavour, there are others like Rivigo and Tiger Global backed-Blackbuck that have stood the test of time and retain investors’ interest. With cashless being hailed as the way to go after demonetisation, there are hopes that it will add to the streamlining of the sector. “2017 is set to be a landmark year for logistics in India. With the introduction of GST and a major push towards a digital, cashless economy, we can expect significant buzz and traction for technology enabled logistics startups. However, we do believe that while the opportunity is huge, only a handful of very resilient companies that are creating real value in the market will survive the year going into 2018,” Raghav Himatsingka, founder and CEO, Truckola, said.
Mashable
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I don't stand up against him and say you don't have no right. I say let's have a dialogue. The dialogue was, on the whole, missing in action today. We reject the President-elect! Then for a few minutes it got ugly. Considering the sheer number of uniforms on the street, this was never really going to spill over.
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Ars Technica
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Enlarge / A 12-year-old boy in Texas checks his arm after receiving an HPV vaccination. (credit: Getty | The Washington Post ) Nearly half of all men in the US have some type of genital human papillomavirus infection—and about 25 percent have a type linked to cancer , according to a study appearing Thursday in JAMA Oncology. The study is the first to look at the prevalence of HPV among American men. Much of the past attention paid to HPV has focused on women, because the virus is the cause of nearly every case of cervical cancer in the US. For this reason, health experts have been recommending since 2006 that girls and young women get vaccinated against HPV. Experts updated that recommendation to include boys and young men in 2011, but the new study shows that few are actually getting those shots—just 10 percent were vaccinated. Yet, with the new prevalence data, the authors suggest that vaccinating men may not only prevent thousands of cancer cases, but it could also be key to stamping out HPV transmission overall.