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Published On: Fri, Jan 20th, 2017

Trump Inauguration: We Are Transferring Power from Washington D.C. Back to the People

nsnbc : After being sworn in, on January 20, President Donald Trump gave his inauguration speech. Trump started out with thanking the tens of millions of Americans who had become part of and made possible, what he described as a historic moment in American history.

Trump Inauguration_Jan 20, 2017_2Trump said that those who had supported his campaign had become part of  historic movement the likes of which the world has ever seen before. Trump stressed that the United States exists to serve all of its citizens.

He stressed that Americans want great schools, safe neighborhoods and good jobs. However, he said, so many people face a different reality. Rusted-out factories across the entire country, a bad education system, crime, gangs and drugs.

He said that this stops right here, and right now. Trump said that his election is first and foremost a victory for the working people of the United States. He added that there will be built infrastructure across the entire country, including highways, bridges, tunnels and railroads.

Trump said today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, but we are transferring power from Washington D.C. and giving it back to you, the people.

Trump said  that, for too long, too few have had power and the people have paid the price. He added Washington flourished but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered but the jobs left and the factories closed. He stressed that all changes starting right here and right now.

He also stressed that he will make sure that America is bringing jobs back home to the country. He said that a small elite has transferred jobs abroad and benefited greatly, while the vast majority suffered the consequences. He also stressed that this trend would end right here and now.

Trump Inauguration_Jan 20, 2017_3Trump stressed that the USA is a country for all people, regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, political partisanship or anything else. He stressed that the USA is strong as long as it stands united and in solidarity.

Trump noted that the USA is happy to cooperate and trade with any other nation but that every nation has the duty to take care of its own interests and its own people first. He also noted that the USA would not want to force itself upon any other nation, but rather shine by being an example, like a city on a hill.

He also stressed that the USA, from now on, would fight against Islamic terrorism and eradicate it from the face of the earth. Trump thanked all who were serving the country including those working in law enforcement and in the armed forces.

He thanked former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama for their gracious aid through the transition but pointed out that change starts right here and right now.

Trump stressed that it does not matter which party controls the government. What matters, he stressed, is whether our government is controlled by the people. He promised that the forgotten men and women of the country will be forgotten no longer.

Trump stressed that “together we will determine the course of America and the world for many years to come”. He said that Americans had joined the great national effort to build the country and to restore its promises for all people. Trump also thanked all of the past presidents in attendance, including former campaign foes Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

A/N – nsnbc 20.01.2017

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