Sputnik International
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Sky News
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They say that they are a little bit disappointed and one is a Republican. They are disappointed that was not more optimism, yesterday. I disagree. I think there was a lot of optimism in this speech because he talked about how great America can be.
Voice Of America
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Hundreds of thousands of people at the National Mall in Washington looked on Friday as Donald Trump became the 45th U.S. president, and a far larger audience around the country and throughout the world witnessed the event through live broadcasts. VOA reporters talked to people around the globe who said they are looking at the transition of American power with a mix of admiration and apprehension. Russia In Moscow, a “Russian Army”-brand clothing store flashed Trump’s image on an electronic billboard and offered discounts to American citizens. On the streets, reactions were mixed. “We hope that relations between our Russia and America will improve, that they’ll find a common language in relation to Syria, that they will find a common language to get rid of what is going on there,” said Lidiya Voronova, a retiree. A young editor at a newspaper who gave his name only as Sergey said Trump “is quite a controversial president in the history of the United States, but I hope he will gain the trust of Americans.
Voice Of America
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U.S. President Donald Trump ended his first day in office by talking with soldiers in Afghanistan via satellite. The newly installed president was at the last of three inaugural balls when he talked with the soldiers who offered their congratulations to Trump. He told the soldiers they could ask him anything, but the young soldiers offered only their congratulations as they passed the microphone among themselves. Trump repeatedly joked that he liked their questions. Later, at the same ball celebrating his inauguration, Trump danced to the tune of I Will Always Love You with his wife, Melania, who wore an elegant ivory gown. Watch: Supporters Celebrate Trump at Presidential Inaugural Balls Earlier, at the second ball, he asked the attendees whether he should “keep the Twitter going?” The crowd roared their approval, prompting Trump to respond that tweeting is “a way of bypassing dishonest media.
Hackaday
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We've talked before about the wealth of technology ham radio produces. Perhaps others will find use for this codec in other situations that are not ham radio-related. Thanks to [Rob] for pointing this out. Filed under: radio hacks
Politico
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It began with President Donald Trump and first lady Melania slow-dancing to a rendition of Frank Sinatra's My Way. But the night of glamorous inauguration ball-hopping usually reserved for unity and celebration ended with Trump using deployed troops as a cudgel to bash the media – and the nation’s 45th commander in chief driving home the message that he overcame insurmountable odds to handily win the election. Engaging with troops in Afghanistan who congratulated him via satellite at the Armed Services Ball, the final event of the night, Trump touted the generals in his Cabinet, boasted of his military support and used the troops to knock the press. “It’s a 10-second delay, but I like them much better than I like the media, right?” he said. Even as he addressed a crowd of military officials, the president largely talked about himself, his crowds, his campaign or his victory.
BBC News 24
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He talked about Mr Khan, a war hero, who talked about saving people in Iraq. His father prorated trump about his anti-Muslim stance. -- berated. Donald Trump asked his wife if she was gagged because of her religious faith.
BBC News 24
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But this was also a strongly nationalist speech. He talked about making an America great again. He said that there will be a new decree for every foreign capital, a new vision that will govern our land from this day forward, it is going to be only America first. He talked about total allegiance to the United States of America.
BBC News 24
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And God bless America! Thank you. God bless America. Donald Trump there delivering an inaugural address 20 minutes long, directed clearly at his supporters and his followers, the people he called the forgotten Americans. He talked about a transfer of power from Washington, DC to the rest of the country, getting people back their power.
USA Today - Top Stories
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BBC News 24
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This was an address to the people who support him. The people he calls forgotten Americans. He talked about a strong nationalist call for a America's role in the world. Mr President, in the Bible, rain is a sign of God's blessing.
BBC News 24
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From this day forward it will be only a America first. He talked about total allegiance to the United States of America, about having hearts full of patriotism.
BBC News 24
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He talked about a transfer of power to the people. This was also a strongly nationalist speech. He talked about making America great again. He said there would be a new decree, a new vision, that will govern our land.
BBC Parliament
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That's what I'm committed to and that's what this government is going to deliver. My question was about how much we are going to have to pay to have access to the market. Still no answer. Yesterday she talked about the pressure put on public services by migration. Can I just remind her, as one of her honourable friends did earlier, but at the moment there are 55,000 EU citizens working in our NHS, helping to treat all of the people of this country.
Sky News
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Hillary Clinton of course won the popular vote by nearly 3 million. He talked about unifying the country. In his acceptance speech on election night. There was expectation that he might build on that. He didn't. It was very much the Donald Trump from the campaign. Talking about a very bleak picture of America.
BBC Parliament
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He doesn't have a clue. Jeremy Corbyn said Theresa May had talked about the pressure migration put on public services but tens of thousands of EU citizens worked in the UK's public services. Instead of threatening to turn Britain into an off shore tax haven, let's look after those who fund our Public Services properly so that we do have the fully functioning NHS that we all need and deserve.
BBC Two England
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What do you think we will come to understand by Trumpism in foreign policy terms? He has been criticised as either an isolationist or interventionist. I think he's neither of them. He's a functionalist. It's in the function of the American interest and the interest of our allies. Thank you for joining us. In his speech, Donald Trump talked about American carnage, not abroad but at home.
BBC Two England
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If these societies want to follow, we will be happy. He showed example of millions of immigrants wanting to come here. He knows that our values are theirs. He talked of America having protected for too long the borders of others and not its own. If there was the kind of invasion we saw in Kuwait, for example, would America ride to the rescue under Donald Trump? He also said we would not abandon our allies.
BBC Two England
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He talked to people who identified themselves as citizens of America. There is a way to talk about all Americans. Liberty and justice for all. Patrick isn't is a good thing, Democrats get behind that as well. -- patriotism. But he didn't reach out and open up the everybody. Let's talk about the policy.
ITV
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So he has not made the pivot into being presidential. Issues like NATO. So many ironies. He talked about this being a government for the people, yet he did not win for being a government for the people, yet he did not win the popular vote.
Sky News
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He spoke well and we talked about respect and he saw the Clintons, he did not mention his opponent in his speech which was unusual. The vitriol he put in her direction, let's be honest, it's what Donald Trump said about Hillary Clinton, that he wanted to put her in jail and he repeatedly called her a nasty woman during a debate.
Sky News
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He talked about the depleted military. It is still a very advanced military and a very expensive military. This is something that spending... Is three times higher than second placed China. A lot of what he talked about is similar to what we heard and saw in the campaign.
Sky News
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He spoke of the carnage of America, creating a very bleak picture of the country that he is now presiding over. Just some interesting points that he made in that speech... He talked about the economy, and the wealth and strength and confidence that had disappeared over the horizon. Saying to the economy, it's not in bad shape.
The Huffington Post
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The vanity card at the end of Thursday nights episode of The Big Bang Theory was no bazinga. At the close of the episode on the eve of the presidential inauguration, a card from creator Chuck Lorre flashed on the screen with lyrics to George Harrisons song Beware of Darkness and a timely quote from Monty Python: Run away! Run Away! Monty Python The card is largely viewed as an anti- Donald Trump message, especially since Lorre, an outspoken critic of Trump, has referenced the now-president in cards before . While stopping by Build Series to talk about his new horror movie Rings, actor Johnny Galecki , aka Leonard from The Big Bang Theory, said he didnt see the card, but talked about Lorres character, calling him generous and giving. I know whatever he wrote, his hearts in the right place, said Galecki.