Daily Mail - Australia
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She has never been one to mince words when it comes to discussing America's 45th president.
RT
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21stCenturyWire
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Mark Anderson American Free Press WASHINGTON, D.C.—Donald John Trump took to the podium on the Capitol Building’s west side with a look described by Connecticut resident Ann Marie Murray as one of “humility”—just before Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts. The event clearly was seen as inspiring by many. Chicago resident Doug Sparkman, moments after Trump’s inaugural address, agreed that he found Trump’s remarks to be rather “Jeffersonian,” in the sense of being people-based. In that vein, he yearns for a country run on the basis of principle, not party. And given what he heard in Trump’s address, he feels that’s possible under the new administration. “Action, and putting politics aside, is what we really need for this country,” Sparkman added. With the whole inaugural ceremony some 20 minutes behind schedule, Trump and his family, looking regal and acting highly anticipatory of the challenges that await them, arrived at the Capitol around 11:15 a.
Washingtons Blog
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21stCenturyWire
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Mark Anderson American Free Press WASHINGTON, D.C.—Donald John Trump took to the podium on the Capitol Building’s west side with a look described by Connecticut resident Ann Marie Murray as one of “humility”—just before Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts. The event clearly was seen as inspiring by many. Chicago resident Doug Sparkman, moments after Trump’s inaugural address, agreed that he found Trump’s remarks to be rather “Jeffersonian,” in the sense of being people-based. In that vein, he yearns for a country run on the basis of principle, not party. And given what he heard in Trump’s address, he feels that’s possible under the new administration. “Action, and putting politics aside, is what we really need for this country,” Sparkman added. With the whole inaugural ceremony some 20 minutes behind schedule, Trump and his family, looking regal and acting highly anticipatory of the challenges that await them, arrived at the Capitol around 11:15 a.
BBC News 24
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Politico
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It took just over 24 hours into the new administration for the relationship between the Trump White House and the media to blow up into a furious row. Calling the media in for a Saturday afternoon statement without taking any questions, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer angrily scolded reporters for engaging in “deliberate falsehoods,” for tweeting images that he said minimized the crowd size at President Donald Trump's inauguration and for an inaccurate pool report about a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. being removed from the Oval Office. This White House, Spicer declared, would hold the media accountable. The photos in question, reported by numerous outlets, showed aerial images of the identical space on the national Mall during Trump’s inaugural and former President Barack Obama’s in 2009. The crowds at Trump’s appeared much smaller — which Spicer claimed was due to white flooring laid down for Trump’s inaugural that wasnt there for Obama’s.
CNN
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Daily Mail - USA
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Haaretz
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Trump’s voice will echo throughout the world and will become a source of inspiration and legitimacy for the extreme right, from Europe to Israel.
CNN
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BBC News 24
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And that loss, David, briefly if you could, Donald Trump, the president, would appear to be genuinely upset by the scale of the protests against him, and by the media reporting that there were fewer people at his inauguration. Absolutely, size matters to Donald Trump, as they say, and clearly he is thin-skinned on this particular issue.
BBC News 24
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And Mr Spicer looked like a man who had been told what to say by his boss, knowing fully well that that boss was watching every second of his remarks. Really this was, as I say, the sort of use, it appears, that Donald Trump is going to make of his chief press spokesman.
BBC News 24
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Mr Spicer, in very combated mood, reading from a statement which as I say very much echoed Donald Trump's remarks to the CIA earlier, but not taking any questions, and basically just turning on his foot and marching out at the end. And David, is there any indication this is going to be the way this now, under the Trump administration, or do you think this a 1-off? Gavin, this is the new doll.
Daily Express
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DONALD Trump will start to plan a new deal for Britain this week after it emerged Theresa May would become the first foreign leader to meet him since his inauguration, according to reports.
BBC News 24
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In that sentiment was echoed by a very unusual press conference, well, it wasn't really a press conference, it was a long statement from the White House spokesman this evening in which he basically rallied against the media, as Donald Trump had earlier, saying that this new administration would hold the media accountable, as he put it, for things like falls reporting and sowing dissent, and all sorts of things like that.
BBC News 24
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So let's stay with our main stories now, and events surrounding President Trump's first full day in office. Our correspondent David Willis is in Washington. This sudden change of heart, at least it would appear, over the intelligence community. You have been in America for a while there. The media has been reporting it and he has twittered a lot about them, and yet here he is saying he is 1000% and hind them.
BBC News 24
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And I promise you I'll be right there with you. God bless you. This is BBC News. The latest headlines: President Trump praises the intelligence community, denying a feud with them and accusing the media of making it up. More than a million people have taken part in a series of huge protests against the presidency of Donald Trump, across America and around the world.
Times of Israel
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Gathering in Washington, young Jewish women say that they were moved to activism by the election and the new president's rhetoric
China Daily
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BBC World News
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A day after his inauguration, women around the world march to protest at Donald Trump's election.
BBC News 24
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We will have to try, maybe, a little later in the programme. Thank you. In another development from Washington, the White House has confirmed that Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May will be the first foreign leader to to meet Mr Trump. She's expected to travel to Washington for a summit at the White House on Friday. Mr Trump will also meet the Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto a few days later, on the 31st of January. In other news now: The Gambia's former President Yahya Jammeh has left the country following pressure from West African nations to recognise his election defeat.
BBC News 24
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I am glad they are looking for import and things, they are important to me too, equal pay, but I don't believe I have heard Donald Trump say anything about... (INAUDIBLE). I am very sorry, I don't know if you can hear me, Julie, but the line is cutting out and I am afraid we have lost you completely.
The Huffington Post
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He can ill afford to retreat from the recent benefit boost or impose new austerity measures. Observers again began to wonder if Greece could, and even should, remain a member of the Eurozone. In recent years Athens looked to America for support. The U.S. has nothing directly at stake in Greece's economic imbroglio, but the Obama administration, like its recent predecessors, freely offered its opinion on other nation's problems. It obviously is easy to be generous with other people's money: Washington urged the Europeans to give to Greece while receiving little in return. That isn't likely to be the position of the Trump administration. Candidate Trump said "I would definitely stay back. Germany is very powerful and strong. I'd let Germany handle it." And if that didn't work, Russia could "save the day if Germany doesn't." Most Greeks have had more than they want of Germany attempting to "handle it," which meant ever more austerity.