British newspaper: America by way of the unknown in the era of Trump[/ltr]
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The Guardian newspaper published a front-page report on the inauguration, Donald Trump, president of the United States, which says that no one knows what he will do in the Trump White House.
The paper points out that the new US president promised to change the existing system, and made statements and contradictory positions, caused the anger of some foreign capitals, before assuming the presidency.
Questions about his character and his actions were also raised as it was accused of harassing women, and still enter into brawls with celebrities via the Twitter website, which makes the world's greatest power, according to the Guardian, in the path of the unknown.
The paper adds that assume Trump presidency of the United States suffers from allegations of interference in Russia's presidential election, prompting some Democrats to question the legitimacy, as it would boycott the inauguration ceremony of about 60 members of Congress.
It will be Hillary Clinton, who threatened her with imprisonment Trump in the election campaign, present at the inauguration ceremony, along with former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter.
Trump will be the president of the United States 45, and the first president did not serve in the army, he has never assumed that the government's responsibility.
The Guardian believes that US friends and foes in the world Sidqqon in every word tell her Trump in his inaugural ceremony, because it raised a lot of questions when he questioned the EU value, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO], and challenged China on Taiwan and the South China Sea, and talked about the possibility of lifting sanctions on Russia, also downplayed the significance of climate change.
In his campaign, Trump was stirring the emotions of his supporters by talking about building a wall on the border with Mexico, and the deportation of 11 million illegal immigrants, Muslims and prevent entry into the United States.
He challenged this letter 16 candidates in the primaries and won them, and won the nomination of the Republican Party to represent him in the presidential election.