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# And now the end is near... The President and First Lady also attended a number of traditional balls held to celebrate the inauguration. They danced to My Way just hours after thousands gathered to see him take the oath of office and hear his inaugural address. People that weren't so nice to me were saying that we did a really good job today.
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LONDON This Saturday tens of thousands of people are expected to take part in Women's Marches around the world to protest Donald Trump's first day in office. People in 160 cities including Washington D.C. and London from 60 countries are expected to take part. SEE ALSO: How to get involved with the Women's March on Washington if you're not in D.C. The organisers of London's march say that hosting a sister march was "instinctive" because the city has long been a "bastion of liberal values and championing those values across the world". "I think we are at a particular point in history when it is becoming increasingly important for people to step up and get out of their comfort zones and confront prejudice in all its forms," explains Kerry Haggerty, one of the women behind the London march. Read more... More about Activism , Politics , Equality , Womens Rights , and Women S March On Washington
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Let's get back to our top story, and it's the first full day in office for President Trump. Our correspondent Laura Bicker is in in Washington. We assembled here today are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city, every foreign capital, and in every hole of power.
Sky News
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You know, the enemies keep saying, oh, let's stir it up. But it's a way of bypassing dishonest media, right? Mr Trump was keen to show he was immediately getting down to work, allowing cameras in to see executive orders being signed. The photocall also shows that he had replaced Winston Churchill in the Oval Office.
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It is all change. The White House website was updated as soon as he took office, with a policy extolling the future of coal. The President's Twitter account has a new custodian and is likely to be well used. Should I keep their Twitter going or not? Keep it going? I think so.
BBC News 24
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Protest marches to demand women's rights will take place in more than 30 countries to mark Donald Trump's first day in office. This one in Sydney, Australia, is already underway and hundreds more are due to take place around the world, including in many UK cities. Around 200,000 people are also expected to attend a march in the American capital.
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That message to our new president, on a handmade sign in yesterday's Inaugural Parade, gets at it for me. Wishful thinking? Maybe. But what else is there, if the country is to survive this. President Trump's Inaugural Address, pedestrian and accessible, clearly was pitched to his tea party constituency. It struck me as a smart move to show them he won't abandon them upon gaining office. He pointedly dissed politicians of all stripes. The question is how he uses this reinforced bond with his supporters. He clearly has the power to unleash them on Congress to achieve his agenda. What is that agenda? Republicans might not be pleased if he rallies these forces for Democratic purposes such as massive infrastructure spending, which he specifically iterated in his Inaugural Address. The thing about this guy is that he is a post-partisan populist, despite his wealth, and I suspect Republicans have more to worry about.
Evening Standard
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The bust of Sir Winston Churchill could be seen back in pride of place in the White House's Oval Office as President Trump signed his first orders.
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In the last few days the mainstream media, as well as Barack Obama himself, have been pushing the idea that his administration, whatever its other failings, was “scandal-free.” In reality, the Obama administration was the most lawless in history. Obama, a lawyer by trade, saw himself as professionally above the law, ignoring the presidential office’s legal limits and using every trick in the book to work around constitutional checks and balances. Even liberal law professors agree, with Garrett Epps admitting Obama leaves the Constitution weaker than at the beginning of his terms.” Cato reports: As we mark another peaceful transfer of power, let’s pause to note the 10 most significant ways in which Barack Obama violated the Constitution, in rough chronological order. 1. The Chrysler Bailout Building on the Bush administration’s illegal use of TARP funds to bail out the auto industry, the Obama administration in 2009 bullied Chrysler’s secured creditors—who were entitled to “absolute priority”—into accepting 30 cents on the dollar, while junior creditors such as labor unions received much more.
Sky News
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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.
Sky News
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Donald Trump will mark his first full day as President with a church service, and possibly a visit to the headquarters of the CIA.
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Samuel also sees “increased scrutiny” from US regulators creating more friction. For their part, Indian firms such as Infosys and TCS are bracing to deal with changing circumstances. “We continue to hire and in vest locally. However, given the skill shortages in the US and the availability of technically skilled workforce in various global markets, we also rely upon visa programs to supplement these skills,” said Infosys COO Pravin Rao. “In addition, the president is a seasoned entrepreneur and as such we expect the administration to be business friendly and innovation friendly,” said Rao. TCS and Oracle declined comment. INDIAN OUTSOURCING INDUSTRY A FAVOURITE PUNCHING BAG The $150-billion Indian outsourcing industry has been a favourite punching bag of American politicians, of all hues, for over a decade. While it is common practice for politicians — from senators to Presidential hopefuls — to take pot shots at outsourcing, Trump is the first to have campaigned virulently against outsourcing and then be elected to the highest office in the country.
South China Morning Post
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He faces jail in the Maldives but former president Mohamed Nasheed says he wants to contest elections and guide the island nation away from environmental catastrophe. I dont think I can return home without risks ... I guess Ill have to take the risks and do it, if I were to do it Former president Mohamed Nasheed Nasheed became the first democratically elected president of the Maldives in 2008, but lives in exile in London after he was jailed on terrorism charges that he says were...
BBC News 24
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The President and First Lady also attended a number of traditional balls held to celebrate the inauguration. They danced to 'My Way' just hours after thousands gathered to see him take the oath of office and hear his inaugural address. People that weren't so nice to me were saying that we did a really good job today. They hated to do it, but they did it.
Sky News
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I thought this speech was worth writing. The people listening were very excited. There was an incredible amount of excitement. What a lot of people say is that this was the speech that he had been campaigning on and he brought it home at the inauguration. He made sure that the American people knew that once he was sworn into the office, he was going to start on day one, delivering on the promises that he made over the course of the last year and a half.
BBC News 24
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Why hasn't he changed that mantra? He is speaking to his supporters. People who attend these balls gave money. Even though one of the distinctive is was he had many small donors, it was an historic number supporting him, he was not the deep pocketed candidate, so I don't think it is unusual to see a president at this point at these balls thanking his supporters and saying, we have accomplished something, we are in office and looking forward, we will be working.
Sky News
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Not does Winston Churchill's bust in the Oval Office, there is a chance of the current British premiers to being there as well. Thousands of women,not just in Washington, women are taking to the streets to call for gender equality and protest against President Trump. Later on Sunrise, we'll be of the Women's March On London, one of 14 events planned across the UK.
Sky News
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He danced with another woman on his first night in office. As well as the Twitter account, which I was talking about in the report a few moments ago.
Sky News
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And Sky's Ian Woods is live in Washington. He did get straight down to work yesterday. What will we see him do today? A church service to begin with. There is a national press service that Washington Cathedral this morning. It is the first time we will see President Trump and the First Lady. We were told, originally, that there would be a visit to the CIA headquarters at Langley, Vergini this morning. That is in out at the moment because Mike Pompeo, the reason was to swear him into office, he has not been formally confirmed by the Senate and that will not happen until Monday.
Sky News
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The photocall also revealed he had restored the bust of Winston Churchill to the Oval Office, after Barack Obama had removed it. Even as he puts America first, the rest of hope for those who still believe in Britain's special relationship. Ian Woods, Sky News, Washington.