BBC News 24
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It is important to know audience, that is not a comment that is nation facing. You will be familiar with cloud boards people have put up together, which crops up often in the speech. I think we can see the cloud boards.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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WELL, the world of real life politics on both sides of the Atlantic is certainly stranger than fiction. So much so that some prominent story writers are complaining it's making their job more difficult! Sadly the chaos in our NHS is becoming an all too familiar story. The impact of the Conservative Government's cuts to adult social care and their unnecessary top down reorganisation is now making it incredibly difficult for the fantastic people who work in our local health services to...
TYT YouTube
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Did Trump watch "Dark Knight Rises" the night before the inauguration? Did Bannon? Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and Jimmy Dore, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "For a man who claims to hate Hollywood, Donald Trump sure seems to be inspired by blockbusters. Just in case our president’s new slogan wasnt enough of a portent for dark days to come, his inauguration speech on Friday sent social media into a tailspin when everyone slowly started to realize it sounded familiar. Yep, that’s right. Trump’s remarks were eerily similar to those DC supervillain Bane gave in 2012’s “The Dark Knight Rises” once he had overtaken the city of Gotham... Let’s compare Trump’s and Bane’s speeches side by side, shall we? Trump: Today’s ceremony, however has very special meaning.
The Sun Daily
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"I don't think I need to explain to people what this football club means to me, but when I knew coming back was a serious option I wanted to make sure it was a substantive role and a role in which I could really help the organisation. "Meeting with (academy director) Alex Inglethorpe, seeing the work they are currently doing and want to do in the future at Kirkby, it just felt right. The right option at the right time, for all parties involved. "This gives me a great opportunity to learn and develop as a coach, while at the same time offering my knowledge, ideas and experience to the young players at an important period of their development." Apprenticeship Gerrard has been keen to go into coaching since hanging up his boots and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has always appeared open to his returning to Anfield in some capacity. The former England midfielder had been spotted at several matches involving his old club recently and, after turning down the chance to move into management with third tier Milton Keynes Dons in November, Gerrard has opted to start his coaching apprenticeship in familiar surroundings.
BBC News 24
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Mr Trump's supporters believe he'll be like the 40th President, Ronald Reagan, whose slogan now sounds distinctly familiar. We will make America great again. Reagan was often seen abroad as a dangerous and not very bright cowboy.
TYT YouTube
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Did Trump watch "Dark Knight Rises" the night before the inauguration? Did Bannon? Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and Jimmy Dore, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "For a man who claims to hate Hollywood, Donald Trump sure seems to be inspired by blockbusters. Just in case our president’s new slogan wasnt enough of a portent for dark days to come, his inauguration speech on Friday sent social media into a tailspin when everyone slowly started to realize it sounded familiar. Yep, that’s right. Trump’s remarks were eerily similar to those DC supervillain Bane gave in 2012’s “The Dark Knight Rises” once he had overtaken the city of Gotham... Let’s compare Trump’s and Bane’s speeches side by side, shall we? Trump: Today’s ceremony, however has very special meaning.
Voice Of America
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As President Donald Trump took the oath of office Friday outside the U.S. Capitol, another transfer of power was occurring — the White House website changed from the Obama administration to that of Trump. Several changes were immediately noticeable. Website pages on the White House policies regarding climate change and LGBT rights, for example, were removed. Added was a note from Trump that used his familiar campaign theme of "Make America Great Again," as well as several policy proposal papers — so-called white papers. The administration listed six issues and their proposals in those areas. They are, in brief: An America First Energy PlanLower energy costs and maximize use of U.S. resources, thereby ending dependence on foreign oil. Eliminate regulations, such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule. Continue to develop shale, oil and natural gas reserves, especially those on federal lands.
Sky News
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CHANTING: USA! The choreography was familiar, but their political protagonist promised to hand them the power. In my lifetime, this is the first candidate to ever correctly identify all of the problems the country is having and have a plan. That speech was about the people of America.
Sky News
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CHANTING: USA! The choreography was familiar, but their political protagonists promised to hand them the power. In my lifetime, this is the first candidate to ever correctly identify all of the problems the country is having and have a plan.
BBC News 24
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Yesterday there were country singers. Many people outside the United States would not be familiar with them. There was not that draw. We remove that the website, whitehouse.
Sky News
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Very reminiscent of so many of his campaign rally speeches. A lot of familiar lines. And the familiar tone. This arguably was his opportunity to speak to those people who did not vote for him.
CNET News
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Commentary: One of the top-trending Twitter hashtags on Friday was a familiar phrase with (at least) two entirely different interpretations.
BBC Two England
9 hours
He took the threat to Isis so familiar on the campaign trail to the heart of Capitol Hill. We will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world, but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first.
MacRumors
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Group FaceTime calls will be a new feature introduced in iOS 11, according to an unverified rumor shared by Israeli site The Verifier . Citing "several people familiar with iOS development," the site says group FaceTime calls are being worked on by Apple's iOS 11 team, with some of the work taking place in Israel. Said to be a "social" update that focuses on iMessage and FaceTime development, iOS 11 will reportedly let users start multi-person calls through a group conversation in iMessage. Up to five people at once will be able to participate in a call. The Verifier is not a site with an established track record for accurate rumors, so it is not clear how reliable this information is. We've heard few details on iOS 11 at this point in time, so the rumor should be viewed with skepticism until backed up by a secondary source. The site also says that Apple could choose not to release group FaceTime calls in iOS 11, instead saving the feature for a future update.
BBC Two England
10 hours
Michelle, I will start with you. This was familiar Trump territory. He appealed to the people who had voted for him and put him in power. I wonder if you were expecting more from an inaugural address? No, he has been transparent all along.
STV
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What about China. It is an unpredictable presidency. A final thought. The remarkable nature of his ascent to power. A couple of years ago he was a punchline on late-night American television. Now he is the 45th President of this country, apparently with a desire to transform the international architecture we have been familiar with since World War II.
BBC One London
10 hours
He's been his own man. He's been anti-both Houses, both Democrat and Republicans, fighting both sides, really. Should the world be worried about President Trump? I think we should be uneasy for the time being because you can't do anything but look at and take seriously the things he's said on the campaign trail. Mr Trump's supporters believe he'll be like the 40th President, Ronald Reagan, whose slogan now sounds distinctly familiar.
BBC One West
10 hours
He's been his own man. He's been anti-both Houses, both Democrat and Republicans, fighting both sides, really. Should the world be worried about President Trump? I think we should be uneasy for the time being because you can't do anything but look at and take seriously the things he's said on the campaign trail. Mr Trump's supporters believe he'll be like the 40th President, Ronald Reagan, whose slogan now sounds distinctly familiar.
Voice Of America
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Moise has stated that he has a certificate proving the account was in gourdes, not dollars, which would make the value of the transactions worth about 40 times less. The U.S. State Department declined to comment on the allegations. The judge in the case said he was scheduled to meet bank representatives Friday. People familiar with the case said it was unlikely to be settled before Moise takes power, but would probably not derail his ascent. "People who don't like him will use it against him and people who support him will [say] ... the report is fake," said Robert Fatton, a Haiti-born analyst at the University of Virginia.
Deadline
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The U.S. Department of Labor has found that more than $750,000 was misappropriated from the SAG Pension & Health Plans , according to guild sources familiar with the probe. The money has been repaid by the Plans' insurer, and the DoL's investigation was closed last month. Guild sources say that the misuse of the Plans' funds stem largely from excessive fees paid on investments; improper spending on holiday, staff retirement and anniversary parties; and excessive spending...
Politico
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Sky News
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.. Come along way to listen to them and speak. They would have been disappointed by his speech and may have found a lot of it is pretty familiar if they had been to his rallies. A lot of what he had to say... It was straight from his campaign rallies. There was some scepticism when Donald Trump said he had written his own inaugural address but I think the tone and content was very much what he had delivered during his campaign.
Dover Express
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It's true that when you step inside a shopping centre you could feel you are anywhere in the country. It's what is outside the walls that make you feel you're 'home' - the people, the streets, the independent shops, the sights and sounds. Or is it? Pay a bit more attention in our shopping centre, Royal Victoria Place, in the heart of Tunbridge Wells and you'll realise it's more familiar to you than you realise. Here's a light-hearted look at 19 reasons you'll know you're in Royal...
The Economic Times
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How next gen scions Leah, Maya and Neville are working their way up in Tata Group companiesThe children of Noel Naval Tata are working their way up in group companies just like other professionals, senior officials familiar with the matter said.