NewsRecent Posts Trump’s Inauguration Reveals a Divided America By Hayley Butler - January 21, 2017 0 14 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Citizens watch on as Donald Trump makes his inaugural speech from the capitol. “Everyone’s too smart for this,” cries a “free hugs” advocate as he breaks into a rant about violence. “We’re all equal, where’s the love?” Two truckers, Bill and David, share cigars to celebrate President Trump’s Inauguration. “I wanted Americans to come out this year,” says Bill, “we needed to show that we aren’t afraid.” A muslim advocate and a pro-Trump citizen get in a heated debate about the relationship between ISIS and Islam. Trump supporters look on as Christian fundamentalists protest President Trump, the Black Lives Matter movement, and abortion. Citizens protest both Besty DeVos and Scott Pruitt as picks for President Trump’s cabinet. Christian fundamentalists take to the streets of D.C. to protest a government that they believe has strayed from the proper path. “66 percent of Americans say they haven’t met a muslim, we’re out here to change that.” Raheel, Hasham, and Fraran joined the “Meet a Muslim” program to spread a message of peace. An onlooker breaks down and begins to pray as President Trump’s inauguration speech closes. (From left to right) Tanya, Barbara, Laural, and Anne drove from Philadelphia to stand up against some of President Trump’s policies. Protestors advocating for women’s rights place stickers around the inaugural events. A crowd builds as bystanders start fighting about climate change after the inauguration closes. Reporters interview bystanders about climate change denial after a large arguing crowd disperses. “It’s a catastrophe,” says Joe, “we’re watching the collapse of the democratic society.” Protestors start rallying as President Donald Trump’s inaugural speech begins in at the capitol. Michelle and Katrina brought their students from New Mexico to experience the inauguration and its protestors. “We’ve been here since 4 a.m. and just now got inside the gates, but it’s our 1 amendment right to fight here.” Interview3.jpg — “I’m the definition of nonpartisan…but we aren’t on mars yet,” cries Daniel, a boy scout from Pittsburgh. (From left to right) Tanya, Barbara, Laural, and Anne drove from Philadelphia to stand up against some of President Trump’s policies. Lori, a protestor from New York City, says she came to “protest, protest, protest” everything about Donald Trump’s presidency.