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Friday, December 30, 2016


Subject: Trumps Inauguration D-Day Speech
Dear Donald Trump Transition Staff;
Here is a 1st draft of the speech that Donald John Trump will deliver after being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Any comments please direct to Kellyanne Conway at kellyanne@MAGA.vputinet.
Dear citizens, dear friends!

Today, I appeal to you, just for you, because you have entrusted me with the highest office in the country. I understand that I take on a huge responsibility, and I know the head of state has always been and will be the person who is responsible for everything that happens in the country. First, President of United States, Barack Obama, left the White House, now remember it, uttered the words that many remember. He repeated today in this hall: "Take care of US." It is in this I see the main presidential duties. The fulfillment of this will require a long time and their colleagues at work, in the service. I also expect to find in this patriotic actually help American citizens, all who cherish the destiny of our Fatherland today.

I want to thank my supporters and all those who voted for me in the election. You supported those first steps that have already been made. You may believe that together we can change our lives for the better. I am deeply grateful to you for it. But I understand that your support – this is only an advance power in general and, of course, to me, is entering today in the position of President of the country.

I appeal to those who voted for other candidates. I am convinced that you voted for our common future, for our common goal of a better life, for a strong and prosperous America. Each of us has his own experience, his views, but we have to be together, we have much to do together.

Today is really an historic day, I want this one more time to focus. In fact, for the first time in the history of our country, the history of America for the first time the supreme power in the country passed the most democratic, the most simple way, by the will of people, legally and peacefully. The change of power – always check the constitutional system, a test of its strength. Yes, we are not the first test, obviously, not the last, but it is a test, this milestone in our lives we have been worthy. We have proved that America is becoming a modern democratic state. A peaceful succession of power – an essential element of political stability, which we dreamed with you, to which aspired, which sought.

The path to a free society was not simple and easy, in our history have been tragic, and bright pages. The construction of a democratic state is far from complete, but much has already been done. We must cherish the achievements, preserve and develop democracy, to make sure that the power elected by the people working in its interests, defending American citizen everywhere in our country, and abroad, to serve the public. This is a principled, tough stance, I have defended it and intend to uphold in the future.

For the sake of today's solemn event, we are gathered here today in the Capital, in a holy place for our people. Here in the Capital – the concentration of our national memory. Here, in the walls of the Capital's centuries history was made in our country, and we have no right to be peons, not mindful of kinship. We must not forget anything, we need to know our history, know it for what it is, draw lessons from it, always remember those who created the American state, defending his dignity, made him a great, powerful, mighty state. We will keep this memory, and we keep that connection times, and all the best of our history we will give to descendants.

Dear citizens of America!

We believe in ourselves, in what we can truly transform and transform the country. We have common goals, we want our America to be free, prosperous, rich, strong, civilized country, a country that prides itself on its citizens and which is respected in the world. In recent months, both in Washington and in meetings in the American regions, I feel your understanding and your support, and very often from people, from the most simple people in the squares and streets of our cities have heard very simple, but very important word for me. I said, "We believe you, we hope you, you just do not deceive us."

I can assure you that their actions will be guided solely by the public interest. May not be able to avoid mistakes, but what I can promise and promise, is that going to work openly and honestly.

I believe their sacred duty to unite the American people, to gather citizens around clear goals and objectives, and every day and every minute to remember that we have one Motherland, one nation, we have one thing in common with you future.


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