On Friday, Donald Trump took the oath of office and became the 45th President of the United States. And to hear the networks tell it (and overlooking Andrew Jackson and Abraaham Lincoln, just to name two), takes office as the most controversial Chief Executive in our nation's history.

But as years go by, how will his relatively short inaugural address be remembered? Well, that, to a great degree, will be determined by the success (or failure) of his policies. But, given the mood of the voters who swept the billionaire businessman and political novice into office, one simple sentence summed up the disenfranchisement felt by the millions who wanted to make America great again: "...the forgotten men and women of this country will be forgotten no longer."

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