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We are going to do things that have not been done for our country for many, In New York, thousands marched to the Trump Hotel with a message for the new commander-in-chief. We are rooting for the new administration, of course, to stop the misogynistic and ignorant plans they are trumpeting and lead us with intelligence and compassion. Donald Trump may be twisting his victory with good friends and family, as he knows he has won the hearts of those he calls the forgotten, but there is work to do if he is to persuade those who fear a President Donald Trump.
BBC News 24
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On the campaign I called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman, well, you are not forgotten any more, that I can tell you. Few predicted he would be the 45th president, but he says he has plans.
France 24
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"It's going to change. I promise you." Earlier in the day, Trump lunched with Republican congressional leaders and his cabinet nominees. He then was whisked to Arlington National Cemetery, where he and Vice President-elect Mike Pence laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He then crossed back over the Potomac River to speak at the marble memorial, where at one point he looked up and saluted the seated statue of Abraham Lincoln. "There's never been a movement like this," he said, describing the wave of support among working-class Americans who pushed Trump to victory over Hillary Clinton in one of the most divisive elections in US history. "Well, you're not forgotten anymore," he said. "We're going to get it turned around. We're going to bring our jobs back." Later he tweeted: "Thank you for joining us at the Lincoln Memorial tonight -- a very special evening! Together, we are going to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" - 'American Revolution' - Trump's swearing-in on the steps of the Capitol -- scheduled to be administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts at 11:47 am (1647 GMT) -- will be carried live Friday on screens around the globe.
TIME - Global Spin
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"This journey began 18 months ago," Trump said after the concert. "I had something to do with it, but you had much more to do with it than I did. I'm the messenger. I'm just the messenger." (Image credit: Pool/Getty Images)
BBC World News
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Gary O'Donoghue has been monitoring all of this for us. We heard from President-Elect Donald Trump at the end of that concert talking about those who had been forgotten no longer being forgotten.
The Hill
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"That last month of the campaign, we knew that something special was happening," he said.
ABC News - Politics
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BBC News 24
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He did. He was a big figure in the world and I think after his death we've rather forgotten that. He was a massive public figure all the way through to the Second World War.
ABC News - Politics
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Sky News
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In just a moment the Press Preview, as we take a look at the morning newspapers. Our top stories: Up to 35 people are feared dead in an avalanche in Italy after a series of earthquakes. Donald Trump has told supporters at the Lincoln Memorial that he is the messenger and they will not be forgotten.
The Huffington Post
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Sky News
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And I can only tell you this - the polls started going up, up, up but they didn't want to give us credit. Because they forgot about a lot of us. On the campaign, I called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. Well, you are not forgotten anymore. That, I can tell you. Not forgotten anymore.
BBC News 24
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Well, he was the father of science fiction, I think it's fair to say that. If he had done nothing else that would have been massively important for me. But he did all sorts of other things. He did. He was a big figure in the world and I think after his death we've rather forgotten that.
Channel 4
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Petrolicious
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In the 1976 movie Gumball Rally, Italian race driver Franco Bertolini, played with exquisite campiness by the dear, departed Raul Julia, rips the rear view mirror off his Ferrari Daytona, and says “what's-a behind me is not important”. While we at Petrolicious admire his aplomb, that’s exactly what the books – and one journaloffered for your reading consideration here do. They take you back, and show you something that may have been unknown or forgotten. Each book presented illustrates that some things are perhaps best not left in the proverbial rearview mirror, be it old cars, a defunct brand or a design. So often, great work is built on the backs of the greats that came before it. 2017 is already shaping up to be a fantastic year in books. What are you looking forward to reading this year? Please let us know in the comments. Title: Marcello Gandini: Maestro of Design Author: Gautem Sen Publisher: Dalton Watson Fine Books Format: Hardcover, 800 pages.
BBC Parliament
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She said, "if these children need me in days of sunshine, how much more do they need me in days of darkness?". Thank you. I have to say the tales this afternoon have been extremely moving and it just strengthens the reason why these lessons should never be forgotten.
The Huffington Post
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By Dick Guttman (excerpted from his memoir, Starflacker: Inside the Golden Age of Hollywood ) One question which is chatted up in Hollywood at this crucial waiting-for-the-Oscar-noms time of the year is "do the Golden Globes awarding influence, foretell or in any other way impact the names and films which will decorate the nominations list? (to be read out on January 24 this year) There are usually some overlaps and also some Hollywood Foreign Press Association winners who don't make the Oscar countdown at all. In 1980 one Globe awardee came in from such deep left field, an achievement not vaguely on the minds or tongues of Oscar electors, that there was instant scandal when it was announced. It drew such wrath that there was question if the award show would be telecast the following year. The recent passing of super-best-selling "Exorcist" and Oscar-winning screenwriter (for the adaptation of his book) William Peter Blatty brings that all-but-forgotten Golden Globe controversy to mind.
BoingBoing
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Israeli author Shahak Shapira found a use for foolish and disrespectful selfies taken at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin . A newly unveiled online project calledYolocaustdelivers a stinging message for those who not only act disrespectfully at a Berlin Holocaust memorial but capture their behavior and share it with their friends on social media. The project, which debuted on Wednesday, was visited by so many Germans that the computer server hosting it crashed, according to reports in the German media, where it was covered with great interest. You only live once, but we die twice: once when the body fails, the second when we are forgotten. [Haaretz, via ]