Mashable
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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
Sky News
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And even the Star, which doesn't usually put international politics on its front cover, calls Trump inauguration: "D-Day". But The Sun relegates President Trump to a small picture box in the top-right corner. Opting for a different lead story about Olympic diver Tom Daley. The sport this morning.
BBC News 24
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From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it's going to be only America first. America first. Stephen Hurst is a reader in politics and US foreign policy from Manchester Metropolitan University. He joins us on the sofa now. America was the keyword that was said so often - what does this mean now for following policy, do you think? -- foreign policy? It's not a unique, brand-new message, this notion of America first.
Sputnik International
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Voice Of America
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He hopes the United States will not shift away from efforts to eliminate the Taliban, because “U.S. commitment is necessary for our security.” South Korea “We have been hearing about [Trump’s] America Firstpolicies since his campaign, and his extreme attitude makes us worry about what the future holds,” said Choi Seowoo, 22, who works at a finance company in Seoul. “However, I am hopeful — or at least I want to believe — that rather than simply abandoning the traditional U.S.-South Korea alliance, President Trump will open a new chapter in the alliance by making it into a more modern relationship that fits the ever-volatile global society and politics.” North Korea A 50-year-old North Korean defector who lives in Chicago, and asked to remain anonymous for security reasons, told VOA he hopesTrump revitalizes the nation’s economy, so that people here can have a better life.
Sky News
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The Mail highlights Trump's stated aim to be the "People's President". The Express is in a similar vein - its headline is: "Power to the People". The Mirror takes a more-critical approach, "Trump's War on the World" is their headline, which also calls his inauguration speech "chilling". And even the Star, which doesn't usually put international politics on its front cover, calls Trump inauguration: "D-Day". But the Sun relegates President Trump to a small picture box in the top-right corner, opting for a different lead story about Olympic diver Tom Daley.
The Herald - Politics
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ABC News - Politics
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President Trump signs executive orders on his first night in the Oval Office.
ABC News - Politics
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Sky News
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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...
BBC News 24
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The whole White House system has been reset. We are now looking at a new era in US politics. For the moment, thank you. Connie Lawn is a journalist who's covered the White House for nearly five decades, seeing 10 different Presidents in that time. She also joins us from Washington. Thank you very much for joining us.
Global News
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"Trump if you are Christian, don't crucify Mexicans."
ABC News - Politics
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South China Morning Post
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ABC News - Politics
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Informed Comment
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By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | Donald Trump's inaugural speech , like the candidate himself, was a chain of falsehoods, saber-rattling and scary Neofascist uber-nationalism. But it could be difficult to follow because so much of it seemed stolen from the mass politics of the 1930s in central and southern Europe. So here is a plain English translation of some key passages. Today's ceremony, however, has very special meaning because today, we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to you, the people. You may be confused, as an English speaker. Trump, a billionaire real estate developer and serial grifter who founded a phony university that defrauded thousands, has appointed a cabinet of billionaires and multi-millionaires, the wealthiest and most elite cabinet in American history, which even includes the CEO of petroleum giant Exxon-Mobil.
BBC News 24
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And if they don't do it he will fire them! But it isn't The Apprentice. Politics is more complicated and more nuanced. Will he be able to cope with the political diplomatic challenges? That remains to be seen. I think he is introducing something into the political landscape that has never been done before. Politics all shook up. Elvis stood right here on the cross and asked for his first guitar. This hardware store is where the young Presley's music career began.
Associated Press
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BBC News 24
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Mill walkie. Known for its harsh winters, for making cheese and beer, and now for its role in America's fragile new politics. This is no place for fragile.
BBC News 24
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I, Donald John Trump, do solemnly swear. Preserve, protect and defend... The Constitution of the United States. So help me God. With those 35 words the formality was complete but after that inaugural address that was anything but a continuation of tradition. The 45th President had won a mandate to be a disrupter of politics as normal.
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ABC News - Politics
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The National Mall in Washington appeared less crowded today than it did eight years ago.