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Shares of the United States' biggest companies have certainly reacted well to the promises. The Trump Rally has faded in recent days, but the benchmark Dow Jones industrial average is still up around 9% since Mr Trump won the election. Some of the top gainers have been the big Wall Street banks. They were hit by a huge amount of regulation since the 2008 financial crisis, known as the Dodd Frank Act. And as Samira Hussain reports, they are hoping its days are numbered.
Informed Comment
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By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | Trump's cabinet has no Latinos, the first time that minority, which comprises 18 percent of Americans, is absent for twenty-five years. Trump famously accused Mexican-Americans of being the worst people, including in their ranks rapists and drug dealers and having been deliberately sent across the border by the Mexican government in what he apparently, bizarrely, views as a mammoth conspiracy. Trump and his Neofascist counselors are wounded white men, who see Latinos and their immigration to the United States as a challenge to white dominance that must be stopped and reversed. Never mind that whiteness is a construct, and that Benjamin Franklin even excluded Germans like Trump from the category. And never mind that Latino immigration saved the US from aging and losing population (these are real problems besetting e.
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Working off the 2016 Platform, we can help provide the Democratic Party with a harder-hitting program, one that actually opposes what the Republicans are up to with concrete alternatives, based on defensible values, that we activists can talk, write and demonstrate about at every opportunity. It ‘s also up to us, year in and year out, to identify, help prepare and support non-traditional Democratic candidates for public office at every level people who can and will rise to power responsibly. because we will accompany them every step of the way Those are the people who can eventually play the critical role, so often neglected, of restoring the American people’s trust in our government. The Democratic Party that the once-United States of America needs today will make possible a radically different, more trustworthy and substantive electoral politics, a more genuine and sustainable American democracy.
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He hopes that will encourage firms to keep more jobs in the US rather than outsourcing. Shares of the United States' biggest companies have certainly reacted well to the promises.
BBC News 24
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I think for him That was a look at Democratic lawmakers who plan to boycott the inauguration. Aaron Heslehurst is here. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Very well. You are looking at his 45th President of the United States, the biggest economy in the world.
BBC News 24
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That is why that message from Capitol Hill will be so important tomorrow. As I mentioned, his supporters will welcome his inauguration, they welcome this new president. He is their agent of change. But there are protests planned across the United States of America. This was an election that exposed the fractures, the fault lines, that lie right across these states.
South China Morning Post
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said he stands by his offer to travel to the US, provided my rights are respected, following Barack Obamas decision to release whistleblower Chelsea Manning from prison. Speaking from the Ecuadorian embassy in London during a web broadcast on Thursday, Assange said there were many discussions about his future that could happen before Manning left prison in May, adding: I have always been willing to go to the United States provided...
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BBC News 24
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He will be the 45th President of the United States. We had a preview of what the crowds may look like on the day at a welcome concert just a few hours ago. This is a musical warmup act from one of the greatest political shows on Earth.
BBC News 24
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After that, the President-Elect and President Obama will depart for Capitol Hill. Around midday, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the President of the United States. Then it is time for the inaugural address, Donald Trump's first speech as president. Then Barack Obama and his family will say goodbye and leave by helicopter. After the lunch in the afternoon, the presidential parade starts on Capitol Hill and goes 12 hours to go until he ascends the steps on Capitol Hill and puts his hands on two Bibles, not just the Lincoln Bible, but the one he used as a young boy.
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How would you feel if the United States eased sanctions against Russia? I cannot support this part of the sanctions which applies towards the Russian economy in general since I'm a Russian citizen. because actually this part of the sanction is very nice for the Russian people and it's supported by the Russian people.
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The stage is set for Donald Trump to ascend to the highest office in the United States. After a Make America Great Again Inauguration Concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday night, Trump's swearing in will be the culmination of almost two years of grueling campaigning that sees him ending a Republican absence from the White House since George W. Bush made way for President Barack Obama in 2008. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Six carefully selected scientists have entered a man-made dome on a remote Hawaii volcano as part of a human-behavior study that could help NASA as it draws up plans for sending astronauts on long missions to Mars
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The drug lord is being extradited from Mexico to the United States.