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The ceremony did go on as normal and Donald Trump has been inaugurated, at there were bumps along the way. It looks as though the protests are set to continue. They were saying precious and demonstrations are taking place in New York. They were saying 100 days of defiance as Donald Trump takes office.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Whether it's to plan for their future once basketball is done, promote healthy living or just to have some fun, WNBA players such as Sue Bird and Maya Moore are getting involved in the food industry.
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There's a lot of New York in Donald Trump, there's a lot of physical gestures, and his signature gesture, which is that, which is about - it suggests precision. And often when he uses it, he is being anything but eaten precise, he is being vague. He says "We are going to do this in some weeks, in a question of time - I don't know how long it is going to take - but we're gonna do it, by the way." LAUGHTER. Right? It's different styles of oratory.
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Actor and performance artist Shia LaBeouf is back with his latest art installation — a four-year-long live-stream set up at a New York City museum at which Americans concerned by Donald Trump's presidency can film themselves speaking out in protest.
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According to political satirist Rory Bremner, there's a technique Mr Trump uses to distract us from this vagueness. There's a lot of New York about him, there's a lot of gestures, you know - it's almost like a New York cabbie or somebody on the street - you can see people talking and they're doing all of the "Hey," "No, I'm gonna say this," "What are they doing?" All this.
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There is a lot of New York about him, gestures, you know, it is like the New the street, you can see them talking and doing all of the hand, Hague, what are they doing, oh, this, Donald Trump, physical gestures, and is debenture which is that, which is about it suggests precision.
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The biggest problem La La Land has is, everyone says La La Land is brilliant, so now there is almost a backlash, people saying "Oh, surely it can't be as good as that." It is, I'm sorry, it is. It's a modern musical that owes a debt to The Umbrellas of Cherbourg and Singin' in the Rain, but also to Casablanca and New York, New York. And the big crowd scenes, the big numbers are quite something. And I've heard some people say "Oh, there's not a memorable tune in it.
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Reagan came via Hollywood. I was brave but in a low-budget fashion. New York City. And in this town, the sky is the limit. Believe me, I know. Donald Trump was rather less low-budget. My name is Donald Trump and I'm the largest developer in Trump and I'm the largest developer officially running for president of the United States.
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But is farming compatible with Trump's plans for building? What about the land, the environment? Donald Trump is a man you associate with skyscrapers and New York City, not with farming and places like this. Do you think he understands you and what you want to do? I think he's going to help small town people out.
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Groups of Trump supporters passed by the protests on the way to hail their hero, and some insults were thrown, but the two sides kept largely apart. One sign showing a smiling image of Russian President Vladimir Putin read: "Putin's pick is nyet my president." A 27-year-old financial worker from Tampa Bay in Florida, who did not want to give his name for fear of retaliation by his employer, said he was fearful for the future. "There is nothing to hope for except for grassroots efforts to oppose him," he told AFP. Protesters said they feared Trump would be an extremist president, taking a hardline approach on everything from immigration to gutting public services. "It's a sad day to be an American," said 26-year-old Washington resident Colin Hernandez. Public interest lawyer Renee Steinhagen, 61, came down from New York to join the protests. "This is a simple act of resistance.
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"Not my president! Not my president!" they yelled, as the pro-Trump crowd in nearby bleachers chanted "USA! USA!" 'This carnage stops here' For Trump's critics, there was disbelief that a man who 19 months ago hosted "The Apprentice" reality TV show is now leader of the free worldsworn in with a 37 percent approval rating, the lowest on record, according to a CBS News poll. Public interest lawyer Renee Steinhagen, 61, came from New York to join the protests. "I'm doing this to express resistance to the change that await us," she said. "This administration seems more extreme than any other. This is a simple act of resistance. It's better than staying at home." Trump's inauguration caps the improbable rise of the Manhattan real estate magnate who has never before held elected office, or served in government or the military. Rather than appealing to desire to bridge political divides and lift Americans' gaze to the horizon, his first address to the nation was deeply unorthodox.
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Bill Maher celebrated his birthday and the 15th season premiere of HBO 's Real Time With Bill Maher with an opening salvo against his old nemesis and new president: What does every kid want for his birthday?, the comedian asked in his first monologue since the Oval Office changeover. A clown. Maher, who earlier this week in a candid and chemically-enhanced interview with The New York Times expressed fears that Donald Trump would target him in some sort of...
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The Ecuadorian is suspecting of running off with gold flakes valued at about $1.6m1.2m).
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