Well, it’s finally come to pass. Donald Trump is President of the United States, having been installed in the traditional inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20, in Washington, D.C.
Of course, the campaign and election of Donald Trump was fraught with controversy. After all, the candidate was a real outsider who shook up the establishment of his own Republican party.
Bernie Sanders, a Democratic party senator and candidate in the Democratic primary, summed it up this way: “Trump took on the Republican establishment, he took on the Democratic establishment, took on the media establishment, and he ended up winning the election to become President of the United States. And that is an extraordinary accomplishment. And it talks about perseverance, it talks about very strong political instincts, it talks about a way to connect with people.”
Now Trump is president, and the real test begins as a man who has never held public office before starts at the top. Continue reading