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'Confrontational, angry' inaugural address leaves no doubt about which side Trump's on

It was classic Donald Trump — a hard-hitting campaign-style inauguration speech by the new president of the United States that used “America first” populist rhetoric, attacked Washington insiders and decried the state of the country. “He is a president like no other, and his inaugural address is without parallel in recent memory,” said Michael Cornfield, associate professor of political management at George Washington University in D.C. “It was confrontational, angry, populist, plain-spoken, […]

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