Trojans’ Hopes for the Presidential Inauguration

Ora Nelson Staff Writer   Trojans expressed their thoughts and expectations for President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural address on Wednesday, Jan. 20. “The inauguration is so symbolic no matter who becomes president,” said Michael Slobodchikoff, chair of Troy’s political science department. “It’s symbolic of the peaceful transfer of power that really sets the United States apart as a democracy from many other countries. “This year’s inauguration is going to be very different.” “Well, I’m sure President-elect Biden is going to speak about unity,” said Richard Ledet, an associate chair of the…

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Trump triumphs over Hillary

Tori Roper Bedsole Editor-in-Chief Donald Trump will have the next four years to “Make America Great Again.” With 290 electoral votes and 47.5 percent of the popular vote, Trump came out on top in this election, according to CNN. (Will update) Trump managed to secure four major swing states — Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania — with Michigan still too close to call as of Wednesday afternoon. The Republican Party also won a majority in the House and Senate. The Republicans now hold a 51-48 majority in the Senate…

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