Summary

Donald Trump begins his inaugural address by thanking former Presidents and the people present. He argues that the American people will determine the future fate of the US and that his election represents a transfer of power back to the people.

The speaker claims the political class has enjoyed the benefits of power, wealth, and security while the rest of the people lost their jobs and struggled. He claims that this situation is going to change and that Americans will be represented by the government and their voices will be heard.

He argues that while all Americans want better schools, safe neighborhoods, and good jobs, most of them do not have access to these things. According to Trump, parents struggle with poverty, rising crimes rates and their children receive a poor...

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