Los Angeles Times

Donald Trump's Cabinet is complete: No Latinos for the first time since 1989
Los Angeles Times
Donald Trump's preferred Cabinet is now complete — and it's the least diverse by any president, Republican or Democrat, since the 1981 inauguration of Ronald Reagan. It's also the first since 1989 not to include a Latino member. Overwhelmingly, Trump ...
Donald Trump's Nominees Stick to His ScriptWall Street Journal

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CNN

Washington prepares for Donald Trump's big moment
CNN
Washington (CNN) Donald Trump has arrived in Washington -- and he's going to be here for at least four years. The reality of the moment, that the real estate mogul and reality show star will recite the oath of office Friday, is finally taking hold ...
At Dinner Honoring Mike Pence, Donald Trump Touches Many BasesNew York Times
Donald Trump's Presidency Will Be a Fiasco for Donald TrumpThe Nation.
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Variety

Inauguration Concert: Donald Trump's Festivities Begin With Jon Voight, Sam Moore
Variety
President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural festivities began in earnest on Thursday with a live concert at the Lincoln Memorial, where Toby Keith, Lee Greenwood and Jon Voight were on the bill. The event — officially called the Make America Great Again!
Watch Live: Donald Trump Speaks at Inauguration ConcertTIME
How Donald Trump came up with 'Make America Great Again'Washington Post
Donald Trump arrives at inauguration concert ahead of Friday ceremony – liveThe Guardian

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NPR

The America Donald Trump Is Inheriting, By The Numbers
NPR
When he takes the oath of office on Friday, President Trump will inherit a far different country than President Obama did eight years ago. It's a nation that is far more solid in some ways (economics) and shakier in others (terrorist attacks). We have ...
Donald Trump's 100 Day Executive Action AgendaForbes
What to Expect in Donald Trump's First 100 DaysABC News
Thank God for Barack Obama (he cleared the field for Donald Trump)Fox News

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Los Angeles Times

California scientist names moth species after Donald Trump
Los Angeles Times
A scientist in California has named a newly discovered moth species after President-elect Donald Trump, saying the white and yellow scales on the insect's head are reminiscent of Trump's blond hairdo. The moth was named Neopalpa donaldtrumpi by ...
Tiny Moth Named for President-Elect Donald TrumpNBCNews.com
Scientists Just Named a Tiny Moth After Donald TrumpTIME

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CBS News

Donald Trump arrives in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day
CBS News
WASHINGTON -- Ready for his big moment, Donald Trump traded in his beloved private plane for a military jet Thursday and swooped into Washington for three days of inaugural festivities. As the president-elect left New York behind, the capital braced ...

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New York Times

How Donald Trump Can Change Conservatism
New York Times
Donald J. Trump campaigned as a populist rather than as a conservative, and won in the face of hostility from the conservative movement and Republican leadership. For all his faults, Mr. Trump recognized that the Republican path to the presidency was ...

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TMZ.com

Donald Trump and the WHOLE Brood Arrive in D.C.
TMZ.com
Donald Trump and First Lady-to-be Melania have touched down in their new home, and they made quite the arrival. The Prez-elect and his whole family -- all of his kids, their spouses, his grandkids -- plus various aides just walked off a military jet ...

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Wall Street Journal

Taiwan Fears Becoming a Pawn in Donald Trump's Game
Wall Street Journal
TAIPEI—The elation Donald Trump stirred in Taiwan when he chatted by phone with the island's president is turning into doubt as some Taiwanese fear the new U.S. administration will use the island as a bargaining chip with China. With the call and ...

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Huffington Post

Spokesman Defends Donald Trump's Decision To Exclude Latinos From Cabinet
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON ― Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday that Latinos shouldn't be worried that President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet will be the first in decades to lack a Latino member ― they should be more concerned with ...

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