‘We Love This County as Much as Trump Does’

More than a million people filled the streets of hundreds of U.S. cities Saturday, protesting a new administration they fear will roll back civil rights. Half a million marched on the White House; 120,000 protested in the Bay Area; 60,000 in Atlanta; 50,000 in Austin, Texas, and in New Orleans, a jazz funeral procession mourned the death of democracy, with an effigy of an orange-faced President Donald Trump in a coffin.

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Trump’s Inauguration Day Arrives

Donald J. Trump awoke in Blair House Friday morning and a short time later headed to church. He will take the oath of office outside the Capitol at about noon today, becoming the 45th President of the United States. Already Friday morning, sporadic protests against Trump’s ascendancy to the White House have broken out around the National Mall, while thousands stream toward the Capitol to see history in the making.

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