Voice Of America
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Billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump, sworn in Friday as the 45th U.S. president, said that he will invoke "a new vision" for America, one where workers abandoned by shuttered factories and diminished economic fortunes will not be forgotten. "This moment is your moment, it belongs to you," Trump told several hundred thousand people gathered on the National Mall in Washington to watch his swearing-in and inaugural address. "The people become the rulers of this nation again." As a light rain fell, the 70-year-old Trump, now the oldest-ever U.S. chief executive, said, "A new vision will govern us from this day forward. It's only going to be America first. I will never ever let you down. America will start winning, winning like never before." In echoes from his long campaign for the White House, the Republican Trump painted a picture of workers who have been left behind in the world's largest economy, buffeted by global economic changes they have been powerless to overcome.
Bristol Post
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Hundreds brought Bristol to a standstill in protest against the American president Donald Trump.But in a fight against racism, the campaigners soon turned their attention to Bristol police, who tasered it's a member of its own race relations group in the face after a case of mistaken identity.A burning effigy of Trump was carried through the streets as the city centre traffic got stopped while the march took place.Cheers of 'no justice, no peace no racist police' was chanted as the...
BBC News 24
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There is something that I Cabinet level, but we will do just fine. There is something that I did want to see. I was very honoured when I heard that President Clinton and Hillary Condon were coming today.
Politico
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President Donald Trump’s staff started arriving at the White House less than two hours after their boss took the Oath of Office. Raj Shah, a new deputy communications director, showed reporters his teal-blue badge (in contrast to the Obama administration’s royal blue hard passes) and said he was on handliterally to hit send on things.” Indeed, the prepared text of Trump’s inaugural speech and the first White House pool report landed in inboxes from a White House press address labeledOCIO.” It’s unclear how many others will make it onto the White House campus on Friday, Shah said. Vans have been carrying staffers over from the transition offices, “a bunch of NSC staff, primarily,” he said, referring to the National Security Council. Asked whether Trump would issue more executive orders during his first hours in office beyond those he signed at the Capitol, Shah said, “Stay tuned for that.
The Economic Times
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Sputnik International
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euronews
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South China Morning Post
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Fox News
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Breitbart News
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Channel 4
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I think the allegiance to the people was a shot what this town and also the norms and procedures of Washington, which he is coming to shatter and destroy. You seem very dismissive of his predecessors. There was no reaching out of any sort, I thought. There hasn't been a trace of magnanimity from the won. The insecurity of someone who has just become president of the United States is kind of staggering.
Breitbart News
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Breitbart News
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Friday on NBC News coverage of the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States, President Donald J. Trump, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd said Trumps speech was surprisingly divisive for an inaugural address. Todd said, I have to say, it was surprisingly divisive for an inaugural address. I say it this way, we said it was a challenge when youre elected as an outsider, youre elected as a populist and you are channeling what was real anger out there with his supporters. Its tough to be both a unifier and that populace carrier. He went with populism and I think its going to play well with his folks, but that was not the inaugural address that was intended to bring this country together. He added, America first. There was a point there, Lester, where it felt as if he almost was insulting every living president that was sitting next to him in very personal ways.
Breitbart News
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The Hill
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MSNBC's Chris Matthews said Friday that President Trump's inaugural address was both "Hitlerian" and meant to mimic Russian President Vladimir Putin."When he [Trump] said today 'America First,' it was not just the...
The Hill
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BBC News 24
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It's going to be called 100 cataract days, it's bling to be a very busy time on both sides of the Atlantic, and we will be here to cover it. Without this new era desert a new programme because there's so much going on about size of the Atlantic, it is an extraordinary moment in geopolitics with the Brexit process becoming formal, and as we saw here in Washington, with President Trump taking office and prompting a very different way of doing business here in Washington. You've been watching the inauguration of President Trump. Good evening, the sun has come down, the temperatures are fallen away, but it has been a smashing day for many.
BBC News 24
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You will already see changes on some pages, they had taken down others, they're committed themselves to repealing some president Obama's actions on climate change. It's going to be a very, very busy few months, and clearly Donald Trump is also better make it a busy few days. He's starting very early on. Quick news update from the, to say that from this time on Monday, I will be here with a new programme covering Donald Trump's first acts as president. You'll also be looking at the Brexit effect and much more.
Breitbart News
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Breitbart News
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Evening Standard
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Breitbart News
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Politicians of this town, beware: There’s a new sheriff in Washington.
BBC News 24
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One thing you see a lot from new president is as changing some language on abortion. Each new president that comes in, Democrat or Republican, will change whether organisations abroad that received grants from the federal Government can talk about abortion as part of family planning.
Vanity Fair
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In the first clip from An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the former vice president returns to warn us about the dangers of climate change—and to tell us that things have only gotten worse.