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The voting public has spoken, and in doing so have rewritten the History Books to elect a man who has never held political office or have never been in the U.S. Military.
The voting public elected Donald Trump as the next President of The United States making him the 45th President, inspite of a load of negative comments, negative video’s and numerous allegations of sexual harrasments and rape. In spite of all this, he was able to overcome it all and will march into the White House on January 20, 2017.
Donald Trump has repeatedly said that in his first few days in office if elected, he will undo major achievements of President Barack Obama. He has pledged to act quickly to repeal Obama’s landmark health care law, revoke America’s nuclear agreement with Iran and rewrite important trade deals with other countries, particularly Mexico and Canada.
The President elect has been invited to the White House on Thursday by current President Barack Obama – that’s by tradition. They will sit down and talk about the process of transitioning of power from one Administration to another.
The inauguration is January 20, 2017.