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Dawn breaks in Washington, as Donald Trump prepares to be sworn

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The property tycoon will take the presidential oath of office

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on Capitol Hill in just a few hours' time.

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Addressing his supporters last night, Donald Trump

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pledged to unify America, bring change and make the country

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On the campaign I called it "the forgotten man

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Here on Capitol Hill, the inaugural platform is ready for Donald Trump

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to to 35 words written by America's founding Fathers, the oath of office

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that will make the 45th President of the United States.

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Fortress Washington - the city is in lock down.

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Up to a million people are expected on the streets -

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We've been to another Washington - Washington County, in this state,

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to hear from Donald Trump supporters, and his critics.

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On this unprecedented day in history, we will have

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Two days after the avalanche, eight people, including two children,

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have been found alive buried in the snow.

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An inquiry finds widespread abuse at children's homes run

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by the church, state and charity in Northern Ireland,

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And the British doctors who say they've transformed the diagnosis

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of prostate cancer - the most common kind for men.

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And coming up in the sport on BBC News: Dan Evans' winning run

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in Melbourne continues - the british player is in to

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the fourth round at a Grand Slam for the first time.

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Good afternoon and welcome to the BBC News at One.

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In just under four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn

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in as the 45th President of the United States.

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Hundreds of thousands of people are gathering

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in front of Capitol Hill, where the property tycoon

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will recite the oath of office before delivering his inaugural

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address in front of former presidents and first ladies -

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Then the new president will begin the slow drive down

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Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.

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This is the scene there live - only eight o'clock in the morning

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in Washington, but already large crowds gathering.

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And a short ago Donald Trump tweeted, "It all begins today -

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the movement continues - the work begins!"

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Our first report is from our Washington

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The capital, the nation and the world await.

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At first light thousands started gathering for a front row seat.

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A presidential inauguration is billed as one of the greatest

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Taking centre stage, a reality TV star, property mogul and

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billionaire. The pageantry has already been

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on display, but on the eve of his oath of office,

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Donald Trump welcomed his supporters with a concert on the steps

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of the Lincoln Memorial, a musical warm up act

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to the main event. He swayed and sang along before

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taking a chance to thank those The polls started going up, up, up,

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but they did not want to give us credit because they forgot

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about a lot of us. On the campaign I called

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it the forgotten men Well, you are not

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forgotten any more. Few predicted he would be the 45th

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president, but the businessman said We are going to make America great

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for all of our people, everybody. As Trump supporters lined

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up to cheer, others In New York, thousands, including

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celebrities and politicians, marched to the Trump Hotel

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with a message for the new We are all rooting for

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the new administration, of course, to abandon the divisive,

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racist, misogynist, ignorant plans it is trumpeting and lead us

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with intelligence and compassion. In these final moments before

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Donald Trump ascends the steps of the Capitol to take the oath

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of office he has work to do, to put the final touches

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to his first address to the nation, He has already won the hearts

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of those he calls the forgotten, but how does he persuade those

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who fear a Trump presidency? Donald Trump's journey

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to the White House laid across an often disunited

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United States. Many did not take him seriously,

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and the Republican candidate They're bringing drugs, they bring

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in crime, they are rapists. Donald J Trump is calling

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for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering

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the United States. You have got to see this guy,

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I don't know what I said, I would like to punch

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him in the face. But his popularity grew

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and the outsider became the front runner as his supporters saw him

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as an agent of change. And we will make

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America great again! Donald Trump, the son

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of an immigrant from Germany, He shrugged off suggestions

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that his approval ratings are the lowest of any incoming

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president in US history. Two Americas will face each other

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in the nation's capital today, those who are nervous and those

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who are hopeful. They may disagree, but for the sake

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of the country both sides will be It will all happen in just a few

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hours' time. Talk us through how it will all unfold today. Donald Trump

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was my day begins in a house of prayer, a Church opposite the White

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House. He'll travel to a short distance to the price piece of real

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estate, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Americans pride themselves on this

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peaceful transfer of power, and what could be more civil than coffee and

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a chat with the Obamas, as they prepare to leave and Donald Trump

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and his family prepare to become the new tenants of that building. Then

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the final leg of this improbable journey, that was taken the White

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House come up to Capitol Hill, where he'll be sworn in as president,

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those 35 words written by America's founding fathers, and then he will

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deliver his long-awaited inaugural address, a speech it said he has

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written himself, a speech which will be philosophical, according to his

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aides. Then, after that, president Obama will fly for the last time in

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the presidential helicopter and leave town, as the ground beneath

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him will have shifted very dramatically and the reverberations

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will be felt not just here in Washington, but right around the

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world. We can see even behind you how tight security is. What is the

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mood like in Washington today? The mood in Washington is like the mood

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in the nation. It's very polarised. The capital is filling up with many

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of Donald Trump's supporters, the forgotten people, the people who

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voted for him precisely because he wasn't a politician, he was an

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outsider, somebody who they believed could fix the broken politics in

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Washington and what they would regard as America's broken politics.

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But there are thousands who have come to protest his presidency. They

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would regard him as racist, misogynistic, and unhinged

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demagogue, and they want to make their presence felt as well. I don't

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think we've ever seen an Inauguration Day which has unleashed

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such conflicting emotions. I don't think we've ever seen an incoming

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president be so different in terms of policy, in terms of policy, than

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the man he Stock we appear to have lost the link there but we will be

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back with him later in the programme.

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Around a million people are expected to flood the capital

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to watch the inauguration - but many will march

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in the streets to protest against Trump's presidency.

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Our correspondent Rajini Vaidyanathan is on The Mall

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in Washington, where crowds are expected to gather

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Close to a million people are expected on Washington's National

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Mall. It might look like an ice rink, but this whitest sheets of

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plastic, because we are expecting rain through the course of the

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morning. When Nick was was that the US Capitol building over my

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shoulder, in the distance, but for those who don't have tickets to

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watch Donald Trump being sworn in up close, they will be standing here,

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on the Mall, effectively we are in the cheap seats here. There will be

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screened that, so people can watch proceedings. Supporters haven't been

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allowed in just yet, but I met some through security, people who have

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come for this inauguration from across America, from states like

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North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio. I even met a few people who

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had come from California, on America's West Coast, a

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traditionally Democratic state. But as well as people who have come from

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across the country, there's a huge security presence here. Police

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officers have been drafted in from a number of different states. Also,

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there's a huge military presence here. The National Guard has been

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brought in, with military from more than 40 different states. As you

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said, there will also be planned protests in other parts of the city.

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But for supporters of Donald Trump, this is all about the end of a long

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journey and part of his appeal to them was that he was a

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nonpolitician, a political outsider. But of course today, Donald Trump

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becomes part of that Washington Establishment.

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He has promised to make America great again.

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So how will he begin to do that, and what will President Trump

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turn his attention to the next few days and weeks?

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Christian Fraser has been looking at what's in his in tray.

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So, what are we likely to see in this first 100 days

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Well, you might hear in the inauguration speech he has

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written that he is going to pass a number of executive orders

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Remember, the president does have considerable power under

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the Constitution to sign into law those measures he deems most

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important, with or without the support of Congress.

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My agenda will be based on a simple core principle,

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As part of this plan I've asked my transition team to develop

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a list of executive actions we can take on day one to restore our laws

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So, here is a slogan with which you will be familiar

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and straight off the bat he was pledging to introduce

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a five-year ban on former congressional officials from working

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For every regulation he introduces, he pledges that two will be cut.

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The campaign was all about jobs, but they are axing the impending

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deal that was to be signed with the Pacific Rim countries

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in favour of bilateral trade deals more supportive of American jobs.

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He is going to direct the Department of Defence to begin

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this enormous project, defending American infrastructure

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from cyber attacks, and the Department of Labour will be

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directed to look at the abuse of visa programmes that

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would undermine or undercut American workers.

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But what about the key policy that defined the Obama years?

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The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it became known.

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Well, it is becoming more expensive for federal government and Congress

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has already begun to repeal it, but what will replace it?

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Certainly they are going to look at more competition among insurance

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companies, and for those who can't afford it perhaps subsidies will be

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And that brings us to the biggest policy of all,

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the thousand mile policy, a wall which stretches,

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or will stretch, along the Mexican border.

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Donald Trump says it will be 12 metres high.

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He estimates about $8 billion in cost, others put it

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You don't have to build it right across the border

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because there are some natural barriers like the Rio Grande,

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the deserts in Arizona, mountain ranges in New Mexico,

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but it is hugely complex getting those concrete slabs

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to these remote areas, building the roads, housing,

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feeding the workers, maintaining the wall in some

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Well, the Mexican president says, I'm not paying for it,

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but Donald Trump does have some levers.

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He could increase visa fees, he could up the tariffs,

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he could stop the wire transfers which Mexicans send home

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So you might see a flurry of policies in the next few days,

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but don't forget 79% of his supporters are

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His mandate rests on that most controversial of policies.

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Another big issue facing the Trump administration is climate change.

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There was alarm when he threatened to pull out of the recently agreed

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global climate treaty and kill President Obama's plan to cut

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Our environment analyst Roger Harrabin assesses what he may

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do, and how others are already moving to block him.

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Ice is melting, world temperatures have hit a new records,

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scientists blame carbon emissions, Donald Trump isn't worried.

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His pick for Environment Chief campaigns against rules

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His Energy Secretary was on the board of

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His Secretary of State is an oilman from a firm accused of hiding

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proof of climate change, now striking a more careful tone.

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The risk of climate change does exist.

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The consequences of it could be serious enough that

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Mr Trump's advisers say leave it to the market.

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I think there is going to be a healthy dose of scepticism

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about international climate agreements because again it is more

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of the same, it is all costs, no real meaningful climate benefit.

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For the scientists monitoring global temperatures this

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My gut response to Trump is that I am very frightened.

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If the US carries on emitting carbon dioxide at the rate

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that they are doing and if other countries follow suit,

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that is going to mean huge impacts across the world for many people.

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And near Professor Haigh's office, here is something to interest

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This equipment is being developed to capture the emissions

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It is part of a global revolution in clean technology.

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Will President Trump want America to miss out on that?

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Look at China investing $360 billion into clean energy

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Meanwhile, India plans to stop building coal-fired power stations.

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Both emerging superpowers say the advance of clean

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President Trump will need to judge his options with care.

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Demonstrations against the Trump presidency are also expected

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here and in other parts of the world.

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This morning, campaigners hung a banner from Tower Bridge reading

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"Build bridges not walls" - in reference to Trump's

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pledge to build a wall on the Mexican border.

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Anti-racism groups are expected to demonstrate in several

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Mr Trump will be sworn in just before 4pm our time.

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And you can watch full coverage of the inauguration ceremony live

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from Washington here on BBC One, with coverage starting at four

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In less than four hours, Donald Trump will be sworn

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On the campaign, I called it, "the forgotten man

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Coming up in sport at 1:30pm on BBC News: Eddie Jones

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There are three uncapped players, and Dylan Hartley is included -

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but he won't be guaranteed the captaincy.

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After almost two days buried under snow and rubble,

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eight people have been found alive, including two children,

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at a hotel hit by an avalanche in central Italy.

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They're the first of at least 25 missing staff and guests

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Four people are known to have died in the avalanche on Wednesday.

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James, what more can you tell us? We know that these people survived

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underneath a collapsed ceiling at this hotel. Indeed we've just seen

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pictures, they show one woman being taken out of the rubble to the

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delight of firefighters. She was able to walk on her own and then

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when she is put on the stretcher she appears to gesture to other people.

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We have also seen pictures of a boy being rescued as well. We know that

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men, women and children have all been seen sheltering under this

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collapsed ceiling. Now that they have been taken out of this rubble,

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they are being sent by helicopter to a hospital on the coast where they

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will be examined and their relatives will be reunited with them. There

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has been an emotional reaction to the news here. I was in one village

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and people simply burst into tears when they found out. Extraordinary

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pictures there. James Connor with the latest chronically, thank you.

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The head of an inquiry into historical allegations of child

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abuse at homes in Northern Ireland says there was widespread abuse

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The 22 residential homes were run by the church,

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Sir Anthony Hart has been giving the conclusions

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Our Ireland correspondent Chris Buckler reports from Belfast.

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Church and state were given the responsibility of looking after

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vulnerable children. But in too many cases, they failed. Northern

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Ireland's historical institutional abuse inquiry has been examining

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what happened during seven decades inside children's homes and other

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places that were supposed to offer people shelter and support. Nobody

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can pick up the pieces ever, after all these years. You suffered

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beatings, humiliation, there were many people who suffered sexual

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abuse. Across the UK like here at a home in Scotland, young people were

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properly cared for but that was not the case for all. Hundreds of hours

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of testimony about what happened in Northern Ireland was heard in the

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inquiry. Describing those experiences was not always easy, in

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fact at times it was clearly distressing and painful. We thank

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them for their courage and determination in doing so. The

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inquiry examines some of the most notorious cases of historical

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physical and sexual abuse including the actions of Father Brendan Smith,

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a priest thought to have abused dozens if not hundreds of children.

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While it dismissed claims of a paedophile ring in Belfast and the

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intelligence services, it did find failures there and elsewhere. We now

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recommend that the Northern Ireland executive and those responsible for

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each of the institutions with systemic failings should make a

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public apology. The apology should be a wholehearted and unconditional

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recognition that they failed to protect children from abuse. What

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happened inside institutions still casts a shadow and time has not

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lessened the impact of that abuse. Sir Anthony Hart is just finishing

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off giving his lengthy statement but on top of an apology, he has also

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called for compensation to be given by the power-sharing government here

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to those that suffered inside those institutions. That is something they

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will welcome, but of course given that that power-sharing government

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has collapsed, the question of when that will take place is yet to be

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determined. A group of British doctors say

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they've transformed the treatment They've used MRI scans,

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which nearly doubled the number of aggressive tumours

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that are caught. Prostate cancer - the most common

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type of cancer in men in the UK - is normally confirmed

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with an invasive biopsy. Winning the World Cup for GB

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in 94, I think that was Fred Searle is a former Olympian

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who represented Great Britain Two years ago, he was diagnosed

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with prostate cancer. You know where you're at,

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as opposed to ignoring the problem, and then one day you've got some

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kind of chronic discomfort, then you go to the doctor and then

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you have got months, That will be far more

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devastating for your loved ones than handling the

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situation up front. Getting checked out saved

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Fred's life, but the way that tests are carried

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out could soon change. Biopsies are commonly

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used to find cancer. A needle is inserted

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into the prostate and samples But new research published

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in the main medical journal, the Lancet has found 93% of cancers

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were detected by MRI scans, If we can diagnose cancers currently

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being missed by this very inaccurate standard transrectal biopsy test,

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and find important cancers early and treat them early,

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then I think we could see a significant impact

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on long-term survival. MRI scanning could be a solution

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for thousands of men but there is also a problem,

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a shortage of machines So whilst there is hope

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that this could be a big leap forward in diagnosis,

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there are challenges in how widely The British sailor Alex Thomson has

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crossed the finish line to come second in the Vendee solo

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round-the-world yacht race. Despite setting a new world record

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for the furthest distance sailed solo in 24 hours,

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and at one point halving the lead of eventual winner, Thomson

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could not close the gap on his French rival,

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who claimed first place yesterday. And in tennis,

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Britain's Dan Evans has made it through to the last 16 of a Grand

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Slam for the first time in his career, at the Australian Open,

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joining Andy Murray. Evans had a brilliant win over 27th

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seed and Australian favourite His win means Britain has two men

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in the fourth round of a Grand Slam Back to our main story now

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and the inauguration in just a few hours' time of Donald Trump

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as the 45th President It is already shaping up to be one

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of the most divisive All this week, our

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correspondent Jon Kay has been from Wisconsin in the North

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to Alabama in the South, finding out what Americans along

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the road are anticipating We've arrived, but this

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is Washington County, Alabama, And on a wet morning,

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the busiest spot we find... These volunteers hand out hundreds

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of parcels every week. To people like Roosevelt,

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a President's name, but he is out of work and he trusts Donald Trump

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to make life better. I hope he's right

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about getting the jobs. If he don't get that going,

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we aint gonna like it. Catherine and Willeen run the front

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desk and say some of the poverty Well, some of them come

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in and they don't have They believe Donald Trump

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will invest in this community. He spent a lot of time

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campaigning here and it worked. He has been out in the community,

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out in the countryside and has seen how people need help and he has been

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there with the money He's not afraid to go into poverty

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areas and talk to the people, where most politicians you don't see

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around unless you got $1000. Along this section

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of Route 45, a quarter Many believe Trump can make

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America great again. We joined him and his family

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as the inauguration event began and this former soldier fears

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Donald Trump will only make He is doing everything he can

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to try to make us feel like this is not our America again,

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but this hat will show you I am an American and I fought

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for this country. And I will never respect him

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as my president, never. We have met so many people this

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week, pro-Trump and anti-Trump, On his porch, he told me it doesn't

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matter who is sitting Yeah, I do, I really do,

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the small counties really do. Bad roads, bad bridges, you know,

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they don't look out for us. Do you think Donald Trump

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will change that? Is he going to look out

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for the likes of you? Because the politicians,

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the governors, they've all got their hands out like

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crabs in a bucket. After 1000 miles crossing

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the United States, we reach the end of Route 45 and this divided nation

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will try to move on and Let's get a last word

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now from Nick Bryant. With so much division in America

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come what a journey it is going to be. I think even the name of this

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country sounds like a -- an oxymoron now, the States of America is not

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any more and this election exposed it more than any other in recent

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history. Donald Trump is such a polarising figure. Never before have

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we seen an incoming president be so different to the outgoing president.

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Many see him as this figure of hope but many see him as a figure of

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hate. The polarisation has become a permanent feature of American

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politics for 30 years will stop but I don't think we seen it like this

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in modern times. We will begin with America just to

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show you what is going on with the inauguration, the new president.

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Very unsettled over the Sierra Nevada. A weather front pushing into

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the DC area. It will end up being a chilly afternoon and breezy. Not the

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case back home, we have got virtually unbroken sunshine across

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England and Wales, like this weather watcher picture in Kent. Sunny skies

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creeping their way northwards into Northern Ireland and the far north

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of England. We have a weak weather front which has been producing a lot

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of misty and murky grey weather. It has been sunny in the north of

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England and remained sunny through the course of the afternoon. Rather

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murky and grey, a contrast to how it is further south. Holding on to the

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cloud for most of the afternoon. Look at that for England and Wales,

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a glorious afternoon. Lots of sunshine, nearly unbroken in places.

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That really is about it, light winds elsewhere, temperatures of seven or

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eight Celsius. Temperatures fall away as that blue hue is developing.

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A bit of cloud across the far south-west and a bit across eastern

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Scotland with some mist and fog. Temperatures in the towns and cities

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falling. In the weekend it is looking pretty quiet thanks to high

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pressure. Mainly dry, lovely usable weather to be out and about. It will

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stay chilly but the best of the sunshine will be on Saturday. We

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will start to see some clout rolling in off the North Sea across central

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and eastern parts of England, the odd spit spot of light rain and

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wintry in places. Lots of sunshine around, another fine day as you can

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see with temperatures in mid single figures. Through Saturday night it

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looks like we will see the rain picking up a bit more. We could see

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a dusting of snow over the Pennines. For Sunday, that will leave a

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remnants of cloud around. Some sunshine around, it will not be

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completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and

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Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across

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central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more

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unsettled. In less than four hours' time,

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Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.

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On the campaign, I called it, "the forgotten man

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And since we have been on air, a woman has been pulled out alive and

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rescuers are trying to pull out seven other survivors including two

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children, after two days I read in the wreckage after the earthquake in

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Italy. There is full coverage of the

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inauguration ceremony from 4pm

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