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Good morning, Jenny here with your Wednesday Newsround.
This lunchtime, the Prime Minister, Theresa May,
will answer questions from Members of Parliament, after she made
a really important speech about the future of Britain.
Mrs May announced some big decisions about how Britain
will work in the future, now it's leaving the European Union.
She also said Britain would leave a group called the Single Market.
Some other politicians, like the Scottish First Minister,
Nicola Sturgeon, are unhappy about the decision,
which she says could be very bad for Scotland and for Britain.
So what do "Brexit", "Single Market",
and all the other words we've been hearing actually mean?
Ricky's got this one.
If you've been watching the news lately,
you will have heard a lot of...
Brexit. Britain voted for Brexit.
And probably a few...
The European Union. Control.
Oh, and don't forget...
The Single Market. Article 50.
Exiting the EU.
But what do they all mean?
Let's start with Brexit.
No, it's not the name of a new breakfast cereal.
It's simply two words put together, Britain and exit -
together that makes Brexit.
So, what exactly is Britain exiting?
Well, last year adults in the UK voted to leave the European Union,
which is a bit like a club, only this club is made up of
28 countries who work together.
The UK has been part of it for more than 40 years,
but most people who voted thought that it would be better
for decisions to be made in the UK rather than in the EU.
So, how do we leave?
By activating something called Article 50.
Think of it as a giant red button -
once it has been pressed, the process to leave
the European Union officially begins.
It's not really a red button, though, but it is very important.
Now, leaving the EU won't happen overnight.
Loads of things need to be discussed.
For example, how do we live and work with all the other countries
in Europe once we've waved goodbye?
Well, two of the biggest issues being talked
about are immigration control and the Single Market.
Let's start with the first one.
Immigration - that's when people move to a different country
to live and work.
At the moment, people who are from the EU have the right
to live and work here in the UK.
The Prime Minister says she wants more control over our borders
to limit the number of people coming to live here from overseas,
and that means she's made a big decision on Britain's place
in the Single Market.
So, what's that?
Well, at the moment, the UK is part of the Single Market,
which makes it easier for countries in the
European Union to do business.
There are rules that everyone in the Single Market
needs to sign up to, and one of those is that people
from the European Union have the right to come and live
and work here in the UK.
Theresa May says that the voters made it clear they didn't want
the EU making those rules, and so Britain will be
leaving the Single Market,
and that means the UK has got to make lots of decisions about how
we buy and sell things, not just with Europe,
but with the rest of the world too.
So, there you have it.
That's a lot of words.
Next up, on Friday, Donald Trump will officially
take charge of America.
Leah has travelled to Trump's home city of New York
to find out who he is, and what kids there think of him.
Donald Trump is determined.
I'm going to build a wall and Mexico's going to pay for it.
Donald Trump is going to make America great again.
God bless you!
Donald Trump talks like this...
Welcome to New York, the city that never sleeps.
This is where Donald Trump was born, grew up and made a name for himself.
But, despite that, many New Yorkers are not big fans.
Donald Trump is a joke.
I've never said I was a perfect person, nor pretended to be
someone that I'm not.
Donald Trump is not my president.
So, just who is Donald Trump, then?
Well, for starters, he grew up in this exclusive,
well-off area of Queens, in this very house.
He lived with his mum and dad, Mary and Fred Trump,
and two brothers and two sisters.
At school, he liked baseball and misbehaved, but from a young age
he always had big ambitions to be rich and powerful.
These kids have big ambitions in life too.
Like Trump, they are growing up in Queens, but life
for them is very different.
I feel ashamed that I'm from Queens now, because this type
of man grew up here, while I grew up in a whole other way
because I was raised to be respectful to people.
It's ridiculous to think that we're going to be led by
this man who's so closed-minded.
At the same time, it is kind of unsettling that we have a big
billionaire buffoon that is going to be our president.
His attitude, I think, does tick people off,
and I think it'll get in the way of what he wants to do for America.
All I can say is you have to be hopeful because maybe, you never
know, he could do something good.
Donald Trump really made a name for himself up here -
that's Trump Tower.
Now, after taking over his dad's company, he became known
for being a billionaire businessman and a reality TV star...
..not for being a politician.
Good morning, America.
Trump's unexpected rise to the White House is the top story
on American's biggest morning news show.
He doesn't talk like a politician and he's been able to plough his way
through it because he says, look, I am not politically correct,
and I'm not a politician, and I think to people watching him,
those who like him, that is deeply appealing.
His entire persona circles very much around being successful -
I am a winner, I am a success, I am a self-made man, and so on.
We have the best pizza in the world in Staten Island.
And those are the qualities that appealed to the schoolkids
in the area of Staten Island.
When I was younger, me and my mum used to watch
the Celebrity Apprentice all the time, and I realised
the firmness in his talk and how he always wanted to get things done.
I personally feel that he'll do quite well,
especially on the economy.
He is very aggressive in how he speaks.
It's just his way of expressing how he feels.
A lot of people don't express it that way -
that's why there are not familiar and that's why they don't
like it that much.
He wants to protect us by making sure that we have a border.
The President of the United States of America is one of the most
important jobs in the world.
Now, some people say Donald Trump isn't the right leader for America,
while others say it's time for a new kind of politician.
Now millions of Americans, and people all over the world,
will be waiting to find out what happens next.
That's all for now.
Newsround's back this afternoon at 4.20.