It was a perfect Sunday afternoon at home in the U.S. with the family in the living room, watching the Fox News special about how President Donald Trump was elected.
“I love the fact that he got elected.
I love the way he campaigned,” said one of the children, who asked that her name not be used for fear of retribution.
“I’m a bit worried about what he’s going to do.
I’m hoping he’s not going to start any wars.”
Trump, who was elected as the Republican nominee in November, has promised to bring the country back to pre-crisis levels of prosperity.
“This economy is a disaster.
This country is a joke,” he said at his inauguration on January 20, 2017.
Trump’s presidency has sparked an outpouring of criticism from liberals, who see his policies as undermining social mobility and inequality.
In March, the New York Times ran an editorial titled “Trump Is Not Our President.”
“The first five months of the Trump administration were an abject failure, as we witnessed the erosion of social mobility, a decline in the quality of life, the loss of American jobs, and the erosion and destruction of our democracy,” the editorial read.
“The economy, by the end of this term, will be worse than it was before the election.
It will be even worse.”
The reaction of many of those who watched the show was one of relief.
“It was amazing,” said Laura Schuessler, a 23-year-old student from New York City who had to cancel her classes to attend the inauguration.
“It was really uplifting.
I just felt so much support for him, and it was so encouraging.””
We didn’t know what the next four years would look like,” Schuenzell said.
“This was a chance for us to take back our country.”
She said she felt like a “normal person.”
“I didn’t feel like I had to think about anything.
I didn’t think about my parents,” she said.”
We’re not going anywhere,” she added.
“We’re going to take care of each other.”
But she did have some reservations about what would happen to her and her friends if they didn’t make it to the inauguration: “I think we’re going back to our house.”
“People think that the Trump presidency is about them,” Schüessler said.
But the reality is, this is about everyone else.
“While Trump has been criticized for his rhetoric on race and Islam, he has also been criticized by many in the black community for his policies toward African Americans, particularly his harsh response to the protests against his election in response to a white police officer who shot an unarmed black man named Michael Brown.”
Black Lives Matter has been a rallying cry for the movement for years, but Trump is doing a lot of things that are going to exacerbate it,” said David L. Scott, a sociology professor at Duke University who has studied the relationship between race and Trump’s presidency.”
He is doing what he has always done, which is make people feel afraid of black people,” he added.”
You’re going from a world in which we had hope for a change to a world where we have this fear of black lives,” Scott said.
Trump has said that “our country is in mourning,” but some of his supporters have taken that as an opportunity to celebrate the “victory” of the Black Lives Matter movement, which he described as “one of the great things” about the American political system.
Trump himself has said in interviews that he doesn’t feel “very good” about being the Republican Party’s nominee, but he has said he hopes that people are willing to work with him to find a path forward.”
The New York Daily News reported that a small group of protesters were arrested during Trump’s inauguration, which was held at a park in downtown Washington, D.C.”
Because we have a long way to go.”
The New York Daily News reported that a small group of protesters were arrested during Trump’s inauguration, which was held at a park in downtown Washington, D.C.
Some of the protesters were reportedly arrested for blocking traffic on the streets, which caused traffic jams on the Mall.
A spokeswoman for the mayor’s office told the paper that the protesters “were issued citations and taken into custody” for blocking the roadway.
In Washington, there was also a protest of Trump’s visit to the White House.
Police were seen taking people away and handcuffing them.