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Populist Revolution: Trump Meets with Union Leaders on Day One

President Donald Trump sent a strong signal that his administration will shake up politics as unusual by meeting with top union officials and key members of the Trump administration for over an hour on his first full business day in office, in a positive meeting that garnered praise from attendees.


Todd: Trump Still Has An ‘Asterisk’

On Friday’s coverage of the Inauguration on NBC, host Chuck Todd said President Donald Trump has “missed some opportunities these last six to eight weeks to — and again, I’ll go to what — to just erase the asterisk.” Todd

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Melania Trump Channels Jackie-O in Ralph Lauren

Washington (AFP) – America’s incoming first lady Melania Trump wore an elegant powder blue suit made by iconic US fashion designer Ralph Lauren to her husband’s inauguration on Friday and channeling Jacqueline Kennedy.

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Politico: Democrats in the Wilderness

The 2016 presidential election was a day reckoning for the Democratic party. According to an article in Politico, the party is experiencing unfathomable desolation and dissolution from which they are neither prepared nor equipped to recover.

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 17: Protesters join together for a rally and march 'to prevent the Trump/Pence regime from coming to power,' on January 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. The protesters are speaking out about what they see as their fears with the incoming Trump administration. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

ACLU Warns Police to Turn Body Cams Off During Inauguration Protests but Encourages Activists to Video Cops

As the nation prepares for the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States, activists and anarchists flooding Washington D.C. are preparing to do all in their power to destroy the historic day. But even as they encourage anarchists to video police, the ACLU has issued warnings to police to be sure to turn body cameras off during the protests.

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Fake News: CNN’s Zucker Claims Network’s Credibility ‘Higher Than Ever’

In an interview with Gabriel Sherman at New York Magazine, CNN President Jeff Zucker claimed that his network’s credibility is “higher than ever” at a time when it is under fire for partisan and dishonest reporting, adding that it would be a “mistake” for the incoming Trump administration to have an adversarial relationship with CNN.


Ann Coulter: Under En-Dowd

To celebrate Donald Trump’s inauguration this week, I’m returning to my new favorite parlor game: quoting Republican consultants on the 2016 campaign.