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    • 00:57

      Police have used explosive counter-riot measures against DC protesters

    • 00:45

      Trump, First Family arrive at White House

      President Donald Trump and family have arrived at the White House, along with Vice President Mike Pence and his family. 

    • 00:28

      Car burning blocks from inauguration route

      A car set aflame by anti-Trump protesters.

      Protesters Set Car On Fire Just Blocks From Inaugural Parade

      Outside the headquarters of the Washington Post near 13th and K Street NW activists set a car on fire.
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    • 00:22

      Russian flags draped over some barriers along parade route - reports

    • 00:18

      Trump may be almost to the White House, but protests aren't stopping

    • 00:16

      First family gets back into their limousine

    • 00:14

      President Donald Trump exits his limousine to continue parade on foot

      Trump, wife Melania and son Barron are leading some of the way to the White House on foot, as is traditional. The first family is flanked by Trump's adult children. 

    • 00:00
    • 23:58

      Los Angeles protesters make giant Trump holding giant Klan mask

    • 23:55

      Trump's motorcade heads toward White House

    • 23:54

      Someone has a message for New York City

    • 23:37

      Presidential motorcade begins rolling

      President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and wife Karen Pence have entered the presidential limousine for the Inaugural Parade. 

    • 23:30

      Trump reviews troops before inaugural parade

      President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence review the troops marching past the east front of the Capitol ahead of the official inaugural parade. 

    • 23:27

      Police van narrowly misses protesters in DC

    • 23:25

      Live coverage of DC protests

      Activists race after being hit by a stun grenade while protesting against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on the sidelines of the inauguration in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2017.

      Flashbang Grenades Used on Streets of Washington DC After Trump's Inauguration

      Riot police have formed a wall to block protesters from advancing down K Street in Washington, DC. Stun grenades, pepper spray, concussion grenades, and tear gas have been the primary method of quelling the protests.
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    • 23:24

      DC protester injured

      Police officers pepper spray a group of protestors before the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC.

      Anti-Trump Protester Injured by Washington, DC Police Pepper Spray

      An anti-Donald Trump protester told Sputnik on Friday she was injured by law enforcement officers with tear gas and pepper spray during demonstrations in Washington, DC on Inauguration Day.
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    • 23:04

      Trump calls out 'his generals' at inaugural luncheon

      "If I was doing a movie, I'd pick these generals," Trump said, addressing the luncheon, adding that the generals would keep America "so safe."

    • 23:03

      Trump says Clintons honor him with presence at luncheon

      President Donald Trump said he was honored that Bill and Hillary Clinton joined the luncheon and asked them to stand for a round of applause. 

      "We all want the same things, we're all good people," Trump said.

    • 23:02

      Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell toasts Trump at inaugural luncheon

    • 23:01

      House Speaker Paul Ryan toasts Pence at inauguration luncheon

      Ryan expressed his happiness at the new administration taking power. "As long as you have life and breath, believe," he said, quoting the vice president's favorite author. 

      There is no one who brings more belief to his work than Mike Pence, Ryan said. 

    • 22:54

      Multiple reports that cell service is being jammed around main protest sites in DC

    • 22:45
    • 22:43

      DC police report 95 arrests, two officers with minor injuries

    • 22:42

      Michelle Obama is not pleased

      Outgoing US first lady Michelle Obama looking disinterested during the 2017 inauguration ceremonies.

      Michelle Obama Memes Light Up The Internet

      Humorous memes and GIFs of former first lady Michelle Obama looking irritated at the Inauguration spread quickly across the internet on Friday.
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    • 22:39

      Cop car's window smashed

    • 22:25

      Reports of rubber bullets being used by DC police, in addition to concussion grenades, tear gas and pepper spray

      Activists race after being hit by a stun grenade while protesting against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on the sidelines of the inauguration in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2017.

      Flashbang Grenades Used on Streets of Washington DC After Trump's Inauguration

      Riot police have formed a wall to block protesters from advancing down K Street in Washington, DC. Stun grenades, pepper spray, concussion grenades, and tear gas have been the primary method of quelling the protests.
      Read more
    • 22:24

      Trump, Clinton shake hands after inauguration luncheon

      The new president gripped his former rival by the hand and could be seen saying "Thank you," after the formal inaugural luncheon. 

    • 22:14

      Peaceful protesters launch 'Festival of Resistance'

      Most of the thousands of protesters in DC are peaceful. 

    • 22:04

      Protesters use trash cans, newspaper boxes to block streets as police retaliate with tear gas

      DC's downtown area appears to be the flashpoint, with tear gas, smoke and flash-bang grenades heard around K and L streets and 10th, 11th and 12th in the city's northwest quadrant. Of the thousands in the streets in DC today, violent confrontations are so far limited to a small group within an area of a few blocks.

    • 21:56

      Tear gas, concussion grenades in use again against protests in DC

      Multiple protest groups are reporting the use of smoke bombs, tear gas, pepper spray and concussion grenades to disperse crowds. 

    • 21:52

      DC police chief says 90 have been arrested

    • 21:46

      The Obamas take off for California

      Former President Barack Obama and wife Michelle have left Washington, DC, after a final sendoff at Andrews Air Force Base. The former first couple will head to California for a vacation.

    • 21:44

      Inauguration luncheon underway

      Senate Chaplain Barry Black delivers the invocation, asking God to help newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump lead the United States. 

    • 21:42

      California protesters form human chain across Golden Gate Bridge

    • 21:39

      'Resist,' some of DC implores

    • 21:27

      Highways and intersections in DC blocked by protest groups

    • 21:22

      California anti-Trump protesters block train

    • 21:20

      DC is not alone: Protests begin across the country on inauguration day

    • 21:13

      Spectrum of protest groups take to the streets following Trump's inauguration

      Groups protesting fascism and pipelines or calling for labor and gender rights are converging on Washington, DC, stopping traffic on highways, to take on a president they don't believe supports them.  

    • 21:06

      New administration kicks off with promises to renegotiate trade deals, build missile defense

      U.S. President Donald Trump takes the oath of office as his wife Melania holds the bible and his children Barron, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany watch as U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts (R) administers the oath during inauguration ceremonies swearing in Trump as the 45th president of the United States on the West front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, U.S., January 20, 2017

      Trump's Start: US to Withdraw From TPP, Renegotiate NAFTA Deal

      The United States will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal and renegotiate the North American Free Trade agreement, according to a new US trade plan released by the White House on Friday.
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    • 21:01

      Obamas hold a final farewell event with supporters and staff

      Before leaving Andrews Air Force Base, Barack and Michelle Obama, now private citizens, hold a final farewell with their supporters and friends. 

      The Obamas are greeted with chants of "Yes, we can!" as they take the stage.

    • 20:59

      Overhead shot shows empty parade route through DC

      Protesters have managed to completely block off several access points, they report, some for several hours. 

    • 20:56

      A New York Post writer compares Trump's inauguration to 9/11, the attack on Pearl Harbor

      He later apologized for being "insensitive."

    • 20:53

      Joe and Jill Biden make their way to Amtrak to leave DC by train

      The Bidens will head home to Wilmington, Delaware. 

    • 20:47

      Hundreds hold die-in behind the Capitol as Trump is sworn in

      Protesters call on those who hear them to become "ungovernable."

    • 20:44

      Donald Trump, Mike Pence and their wives watch the Obamas take their last Marine One flight

    • 20:43

      Socialists and Social Democrats rally in central DC

    • 20:41

      Donald and Melania Trump wait with the Obamas as the former president and first lady prepare to board Marine One

    • 20:31

      Official POTUS Twitter account turns over

      "@POTUS hasn't tweeted yet" - how long will that last? 

      Twitter

      Passing the Presidential Baton: Transferring POTUS, FLOTUS Twitter Accounts

      In the wake of US President Donald Trump’s ascension to power, a peaceful transition honored by President Barack Obama features new twitter accounts for the top brass of the Trump administration.
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    • 20:26

      Sixteen-year-old Jackie Evancho sings the national anthem

    • 20:25

      Bishop Wayne T. Jackson delivers the benediction after Donald Trump is inaugurated

      Jackson, a lifelong Democrat, quotes from "We Shall Overcome" in his benediction. 

    • 20:24

      Reverend Franklin Graham and Rabbi Marvin Heir give readings after Trump is sworn in

    • 20:21

      Former Klansmen celebrates Trump's inauguration

      White nationalist and member of the Louisiana House of Representatives David Duke is really excited that Donald Trump is president.

    • 20:19

      Trump ends speech promising to make America great again

      Inauguration crowds erupt in cheers as Trump ends his first speech as president with his campaign promise to "make America great again." 

    • 20:17

      Trump calls for unity

      No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America, Trump says. He calls for American solidarity, and says a new national pride will heal old divisions. 

      "Whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots."

    • 20:16

      America is protected by God, Trump says

    • 20:13

      We will seek friendship with the world -- but, Trump says

      President Donald Trump says he wants friendship with the nations of the earth, but only with the recognition that national interest must come first. 

      He also promises to take on "radical Islamic terrorism."

    • 20:11

      We are issuing a new decree, Trump says: From this day forward, it will be America first

      Every decision, whether on taxes, trade or foreign affairs, will benefit Americans. The borders will be protected from the "ravages" of foreign countries, the new president promises. 

      Trump promises new infrastructure projects built by "American hands and American labor." 

    • 20:10

      DC public transportation packed with protesters

    • 20:08

      We are one nation, we share one heart, Trump says

      The divisive former candidate and now president promises that his oath of office is a promise to all Americans. 

    • 20:07

      Today will be remembered as the day the people took over government again, Trump says

      The "forgotten men and women" of the US will be forgotten no longer, the new president says. 

      Americans want safe neighborhoods, good schools for their children and jobs, Trump says. 

      Trump refers to drug use and violence as "American carnage" and vows to stop it. 

    • 20:04

      Trump makes first address as president

      Trump thanks Barack and Michelle Obama for their "gracious" aid in the transfer of power. 

      "We are transferring power from Washington, DC, and giving it back to you, the people," the new president says. For too long, government has reaped the rewards of the hard work of the American people, he continues, beginning his term on a combative note. 

      "That all changes right here, right now," Trump said, to cheers from the crowd. This is your day and your celebration, he said. 

      US President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in as President on January 20, 2017 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.

      Trump Takes Oath of Office Becoming 45th US President

      Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States after taking the oath of office at his inauguration ceremony at the steps of the US Capitol building on Friday.
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    • 20:00

      Donald Trump sworn in as 45th president of the United States by US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts

      Trump pumped his fist as crowds applauded after the oath-taking. 

    • 19:57

      Mormon Tabernacle Choir and US Marine Corps Band perform America the Beautiful

    • 19:53

      Mike Pence inaugurated as vice president by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas

      Applause as Mike Pence takes the vice presidential oath. Pence shakes hands with Biden and Obama after taking the oath. 

    • 19:51

      Air Force One waiting to take the Obamas from Washington

    • 19:47

      Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer introduces Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to inaugurate the new vice president

      Schumer says faith in American government and institutions is crucial in challenging times. He lists women, immigrants, transgender individuals and other minority groups among those "exceptional" for their love of the United States. 

    • 19:46

      Filmmaker Michael Moore joins anti-Trump protesters

    • 19:43

      Missouri State University Chorale performs

    • 19:41

      Police are taking protesters and media members one at a time

    • 19:39

      Readings and invocations begin at inauguration ceremony

      Archbishop Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan delivers the first reading of Donald Trump's inauguration, followed by Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and "prosperity gospel" preacher Paula White-Cain of the New Destiny Christian Center.

       

       

    • 19:35

      Republican Senator Roy Blunt addresses inauguration crowds

      He echoes former President Ronald Reagan, calling the inauguration and transfer of power both "commonplace and miraculous."

    • 19:32

      Donald J. Trump cheered as he takes his place on the Capitol steps

      Trump is greeted by Barack Obama and Joe Biden before taking his place next to his wife and children. He gives the crowd a thumbs up. 

    • 19:31

      Senior lawmakers take their places for the swearing in ceremony

    • 19:30

      Marine One waiting to take President Obama away

    • 19:29

      Vice President-elect Mike Pence gets applause, greets inaugural crowds

      Pence's arrival was announced with a drum roll.

    • 19:28

      Police reportedly use flash bangs, pepper spray to repel anti-Trump protesters

      Police are calling for more pepper spray, according to reports. 

    • 19:26

      Democratic members of Congress wear protest buttons during inauguration

      "Protect our care," their buttons say. 

    • 19:25

      President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden greet inauguration crowds

    • 19:23

      Melania Trump greeted with applause as she walks out onto the Capitol steps

      Melania straightened Baron Trump's tie as she joined her son and her husband's other children. 

    • 19:21

      Melania Trump is being escorted through the Capitol Building to take her place on the Capitol steps

    • 19:19

      RT reporter arrested

      RT America's Alexander Rubinstein was arrested while covering anti-Trump protests near McPherson Square in Washington, DC, the network reports. He was in a crowd of protesters encircled by police.

      Police try to remove a demonstrator from attempting to block people entering a security checkpoint, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington

      US Police Detain RT Reporter Covering Trump Inauguration Protests

      Reporter of RT, who was covering the march of anti-capitalist nature held in the US capital on the day of Trump's inauguration, was detained by police, according to the media outlet.
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    • 19:11

      Watch Donald Trump's swearing-in live

      U.S. President Donald Trump takes the oath of office as his wife Melania holds the bible and his children Barron, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany watch as U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts (R) administers the oath during inauguration ceremonies swearing in Trump as the 45th president of the United States on the West front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, U.S., January 20, 2017

      Donald Trump's Inauguration: Swearing-in Ceremony of the 45th US President

      President-elect Donald Trump has been sworn in during an official ceremony on the Capitol's West Front in Washington, D.C.
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    • 19:10

      Protesters call for revolution

    • 19:09

      Donald Trump's children have arrived at the Capitol Building for their father's inauguration

      Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Tiffany Trump and Baron Trump have arrived to watch their father be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. 

    • 19:08

      Protesters report being trapped by DC police

      Protest groups are reporting that several hundred anti-Trump protesters have been trapped by police in DC and are being held with their hands up. 

    • 19:03

      Journalists not spared in police response to anti-Trump protests

    • 19:02

      J20 protesters are on the move toward the Capitol

      The protest movement is reporting that journalist and legal observers have been targeted by police in tear gas attacks.

    • 18:58
      Black Bloc

      Anti-Trump Protesters Smash Windows, Vandalize Cars On Streets of Washington

      Anti-Trump protesters calling themselves "Black Bloc" shattered windows of cafes, stores, and vandalized cars on the streets of Washington DC as the inauguration of Donald Trump is about to kick off.
      Read more
    • 18:56

      Polce and SWAT teams have broken up anti-capitalist protests

      Medics are treating protesters hit with pepper spray. 

    • 18:48

      Police pepper-spray protesters after a McDonalds is attacked

      Police have used pepper spray on a group of black-clad activists after a McDonalds restaurant came under attack. The Black Bloc is among the anti-Trump protesters in DC. 

    • 18:44

      Protesters declare success as checkpoints empty

      If protesters have their way, Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office in front of an empty field. 

    • 18:42

      Anti-Trump protests grow destructive

      Black Bloc

      Anti-Trump Protesters Smash Windows, Vandalize Cars On Streets of Washington

      Anti-Trump protesters calling themselves "Black Bloc" shattered windows of cafes, stores, and vandalized cars on the streets of Washington DC as the inauguration of Donald Trump is about to kick off.
      Read more
    • 18:38

      Anti-Trump protesters smash windows on march toward Capitol

      Anti-Trump protests have begun to turn violent, with Black Bloc protesters spraypainting cars and smashing windows as they march. According to reports, the windows of a Starbucks and Bank of American have been smashed. 

    • 18:34

      Current White House team goes out on a victorious note on Twitter

      Their parting tweet is a kinder, gentler "I came, I saw, I conquered."

    • 18:31

      Barack Obama's last words to the United States: Thank you

      US President Barack Obama departs the Oval Office for the last time as president, at the White House in Washington, DC January 20, 2017

      President Obama's Last Words for the American People: 'Thank You'

      Outgoing US President Barack Obama was seen placing papers on his work desk in the White House before departing for events to inaugurate his successor - President-elect Donald Trump, according to a reporters’ pool report on Friday.
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    • 18:27

      Climate change protesters are among those blocking inauguration checkpoints

      Multiple checkpoints are being blocked, protesters report. The inauguration ceremony is scheduled to begin in an hour. 

    • 18:22

      Bill and Hillary Clinton arrive at Capitol Hill

      Former president Bill Clinton and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have arrived at Capitol Hill for the inauguration of her rival, Donald Trump. A rising tide of dignitaries is beginning to fill the US Capitol Building ahead of the inauguration. 

    • 18:18

      Trump paraphernalia burned in protest around the city

    • 18:12

      A star is born: Michelle Obama's Tiffany's box gets its own Twitter feed

      Everyone wants to know what's in the box. 

    • 18:09

      Netanyahu congratulates his 'friend' Trump

    • 18:04

      Protesters have completely taken over at least one inauguration checkpoint - reports

      Black Lives Matter is reportedly leading the checkpoint blockade. 

    • 18:01

      Protesters block Trump supporter, who yells that Martin Luther King would be ashamed of them

      The Trump supporter screams that protesters are using violence. 

    • 18:00

      Former President George W. Bush arrives for the inauguration

      George and Laura Bush have arrived to attend the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president. 

    • 17:58

      Inauguration protesters are attempting to block checkpoints

      Protesters are blocking checkpoints, trying to prevent Trump supporters or inauguration viewers from entering the viewing grounds. 

    • 17:46

      Trumps arrive at White House

      Donald and Melania Trump have arrived at the White House bearing gifts. Melania handed Michelle Obama a Tiffany-blue box as the incoming and outgoing administrations greeted each other. 

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    • 17:42

      President Barack Obama is waiting for Donald and Melania Trump to arrive at the White House for the traditional pre-inauguration tea and coffee. 

      US President Barack Obama(R) and First Lady Michelle Obama(L) welcome Preisdent-elect Donald Trump(2nd-R) and his wife Melania to the White House in Washington, DC January 20, 2017

      Outgoing President Obama Welcomes the Trumps to the White House (VIDEO)

      On Friday, outgoing President Barack Obama is welcoming President-elect Donald Trump along with his wife Melania at the White House ahead of the official inauguration ceremony in Washington, D.C.
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    • 17:41

      Protesters clash with police in DC

      Protesters have clashed with Washington DC police near one of the inauguration blockade points. 

    • 17:38

      The Trumps depart the church

      After the church service, President-elect Trump is scheduled to meet with President Obama at the White House.

    • 17:34

      Bikers for Trump show their support

    • 17:33

      President Barack Obama leaves White House with parting tweets, calls presidency 'the honor of my life'

      As President Barack Obama leaves the White House for the last time, he tweets that serving has been the honor of his life. Obama leaves office with approval ratings of about 57%. 

    • 17:31

      Melania Trump wears light blue Ralph Lauren to start inauguration day

    • 17:31

      Trump arrives at traditional pre-inauguration church service

      After spending the night in Blair House, a presidential tradition going back to the days of Jimmy Carter, President-elect Donald Trump has arrived at St. John's Episcopal Church near the White House to take in a service before taking the oath of office. 

    • 17:30

      Naked cowboy makes his loyalties clear

    • 17:29

      Marijuana activists begin efforts to 'smoke out' Donald Trump

      Marijuana activists in DC have been busy in the days ahead of the inauguration, rolling 4,200 joints to hand out before the ceremony. Now, with hours to go, some are enjoying the fruits of their labor. 

    • 17:28

      Protesters in London, around the world make their opinions on America's new president known

      'Building Bridges, Not Walls' campaign, Waterloo Bridge, London

      Banners Dropped From Bridges on 'Trump Day' to Protest Rise of Far-Right

      Groups of demonstrators dropped banners from bridges along London's River Thames - as well as others across the globe - in protest against the "demonization" of migrants, Mexicans and Muslims by US President-elect Donald Trump and the rise of far-right parties in Europe.
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    • 17:04

      Mainstream US Media's Dark Forecast for Trump's Inauguration Day

      On the Inauguration Day's eve, some US media outlets decided to brainstorm what would happen if President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence were assassinated at Friday's ceremony.

      The Capitol in Washington, is seen at dawn, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, as the city prepares for Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump as president

      CNN Prophesizes Trump, Pence Getting Assassinated During Inauguration

      In an unbelievably brazen and somewhat unnerving report, CNN decided to openly brainstorm what would happen if President-elect Donald Trump and Vice-President-elect Mike Pence were assassinated at Friday's inauguration ceremony. Their conclusion? That a member of the Obama cabinet would be selected to take over as president.
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    • 16:58

      Protesters Rally Against Trump’s Inauguration in Washington DC (VIDEO)

      Security personnel gather on Pennsylvania Avenue before the presidential inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington

      Protesters Rally Against Trump’s Inauguration in Washington DC (VIDEO)

      Protesters are holding a rally against Trump's inauguration in Washington, DC on Friday ahead of the official ceremony.
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    • avatar
      peaceactivist2
      First time after 50 years on this land, this is the first time i seen this nation falling into this evil and crazy acts in election days.
    • avatar
      chrrev
      CNN... shameless.
    • Edward Zammit
      BLM scum are attacking women that are trying to get in for the inauguration, and the corrupt DC police won't even lift a finger !
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      edover3
      This all goes to show how polarized and divided the US is. How it manages to hold itself together is a mystery. Must be the sedatives in the water...
    • avatar
      chrrev
      The halfbreed halfwit finally on its way out. not a moment too soon. "yes we can yes we did", really? If that was remotely true, Clinton would've been elected. Or at least not an outsider such as Trump. On your bike Nobama.
    • IXXI
      Today We Make AMERICA Straight Again!
    • support
      Lots of sore losers out and about today. No participation trophies for them.

      Obongoloid and the Derpatrons have left town and henceforth the inmates no longer own the asylum. Life is good. Time to get back to working on what we started before we were so rudely interrupted for eight years.

      What a trail of shattered dreams, debris and destruction this prior regime has left in its wake. It will take an effort at least equal to clearing away the wreckage of the London Blitz and of war-ravaged Europe to set America aright.
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