Donald Trump Inauguration: Trump’s Signing Ceremony as 45th President of the United States

By : 21-Jan-2017
Donald Trump as president

WASHINGTON:  Donald J. Trump, 70, the former reality TV star, is now America's 45th President. Donald Trump’s inauguration outside US Capitol Building in Washington, DC on Friday, announced the new political era. 
Millions of Trump supporters flooded into the capitol while sporting shirts and hats that read Trump’s campaign slogan "Make America Great Again."
The private security firms are deployed for guarding Mr. Trump at every inch. The security cordon consisted of over 28,000 security personnel, kilometres of thick fencing, street side barricades, and trucks laden with sand deployed around eight-square kilometres of central Washington’s Capitol Hill.


John Roberts, the Chief Justice had administered Donald Trump’s oath of office, which was witnessed by Mr.Trump's wife, the First Lady Melania Trump. 
Mike Pence, The new vice president, was also pledged before 900,000 people.



Mr. Trump in his inaugural speech said that: "Together we will determine the course of America and the world for many, many years to come, we will face challenges, we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done."
He pledged to free the world from the jaws of "radical Islam."
He said: "We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs, protection will lead to great prosperity and strength."
It was highly shocking to note the incredibly white crowd remarkably small in number compared to both of the Barack Obama’s inaugurations then.  
Mr. Trump, a business tycoon bears no previous political experience. He is a former reality TV starlet whose campaign rocked the breaking news due to his scandalous rebuke on minorities, women, politicians and rivals.
In one of the leaked out recordings of the newly sworn president, he was captured saying that he would grab women's genitals whenever his mood demands him to. 
The protest organiser Alli McCracken, 28 belonging to a separate liberal activist group named Disrupt J20 said that they assembled for revolting against Trump's discriminatory criticism against women, unauthorized immigrants and Muslims minority.
During his presidential rally in November 8 election, Mr. Trump promised to ban Muslims from landing into the US. He had promised to build a wall along the Mexican border to discourage Mexican nationals from porting into American region. 
The anti-Trump protesters demonstrated sporadic clashes in Washington, DC. However, the police officers used stun grenades and pepper-sprays for controlling the rejectionists. 
Black-clad activists attempted to obstruct the entry point before Trump's inauguration. They smash shops and car windows in the capital Friday morning while fighting with the cops. 
About 500 zealot wearing masks and kerchiefs around their face marched through the downtown, breaking the window panels of Bank of America branch, a McDonald's vent and a Starbucks outlet. 
The nonconformists carried sign boards that read "Make Racists Afraid Again." They jammed multiple security checkpoints leading to the largest public viewing area in Capitol Building for the ceremony
They vandalised many vehicles, tossed trash cans and damaged newspaper vending boxes.
"The message I want to send is that Trump does not represent this country. He represents the corporate interests," said 
Jessica Reznicek a 35 year-old Catholic worker from Des Moines, Iowa city while participating in a peaceful march said that:” Trump does not represent this country, he represents the corporate interests."
Dust a few steps from the White House, dissidents scuffled with police while throwing aluminium chairs at a coffee shop.
McCracken said that he had seen lot of disloyal people who are dead against US economic expansion and Trump is one of them." 
Array of similar demonstrations took place across the country and the world over.



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