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Internet explodes with jokes as Donald Trump officially becomes president
21:17, 20 January 2017
Internet explodes with jokes as Donald Trump officially becomes president

Feelings of the community towards the new president are mixed

21:17, 20 January 2017

As the long process of the inauguration in underway, social media explodes with jokes about Donald Trump and his future presidency. 

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It is noteworthy that many social media user find the alleged "connection" between the USA and Russia very amusing. A lot of attention is being paid to hacking facts and possible arrangements of two presidents.


During the pre-inauguration, many people noticed fireworks went wrong somewhere along the way and spelled "USR" instead of "USA". Community immediately reacted and said it was the big plan and joked they were now living in the "United States of Russia".

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On top of that, opinions about the new president are very ambiguous. Some say it is the best day in America's history, while others curse the day of inauguration and are very pessimistic about their country's future.



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One of the new polls that Trump is angry about comes from CNN/ORC, and it shows that the president-elect has an approval rating of just 40 percent. That means his approval rating is over 40 points lower than Barack Obama’s was at this time in 2009; Obama had an 84 percent approval rating heading into his inauguration. Even George W. Bush, who became president after a highly contentious election where the outcome dragged on for a month, still had a 61 percent approval rating when he became president.

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