Watch: Key Points From President Donald Trump’s Inaugural Speech


President Donald Trump’s inaugural speech was delivered after he was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America on Friday.

Hundreds of thousands of people gathered at the West Front of the United States Capitol Building in the centre of the nation’s capital to celebrate a man whose political career has defied all predictions and surprised many.

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The real estate mogul and onetime television reality star has taken over the reins from Barack Obama with promises of creating a whole new America.

There were a lot of promises made during President Donald Trump’s Inaugural Speech. From stopping radical Islamic terrorism to exploring the mysteries of space, the 16-minute inaugural address was centred on making the country “great again.”

For the most part, Trump promised to pursue “America First” policies both at home and abroad.

“From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land,” Trump said. In addition, he promised an end to business-as-usual in Washington, promising to hand power over to the people. “From this moment on, it’s going to be only America First.”

President Donald Trump’s Inaugural Speech started off on a darker note, as he spoke of an America where politicians prospered, jobs disappeared and factories rusted-out.

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The new president didn’t leave out law and order which formed a central theme of Mr Trump’s election campaign. Thus, he made it clear at his inauguration to wipe out the crime, gangs and drugs that has threatened the existence of the country and its people.

Here’s a quick view of all the promises from President Donald Trump’s Inaugural Speech:

At 70, Donald Trump is the oldest man ever to take over power in the Oval Office. Again, he will be the first president never to have held elected office, served in the government or the armed forces. Notwithstanding, the business mogul has proven beyond doubt that being a political neophyte doesn’t make much difference.