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On Trump’s inauguration

Monday,Feb 06, 2017

From: CGTN

On January 20, Billionaire businessman Donald Trump took the oath of office as the 45th President of America at the US Capitol. Will he make the US great again? And what influences on Sino-U.S. relations by his Presidency?

World Insight Studio make a discussion on the Trump’s inauguration, Dr. Wang Huiyao, the President of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) , Tom McGergor, the Geopolitical Analyst, David Woodard, Political Professor from Glemson University and Parag Khanna, global strategist from Naitonal Univeristy of Singapore, to sharing their opinions.

From CNTN, January 2017

 

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