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Americas Newest Citizens
After living in the United States for seven years, the Rahimovs are about to become U.S. citizens. They were permanent residents, but for them, citizenship meant something special: It meant they would be real Americans. As President Donald Trump takes office, Morning Edition meets the newest United States citizens and hears what their first act as Americans will be.
Recently on Morning Edition:
At the National Mall, people are filtering in for the festivities. Miguel Aguinaga tells Jennifer Ludden why as a Latino he supports Trump. NPR's Scott Horsley is at the White House as Obama leaves.
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Audio Cornish and Tamara Keith about Donald Trump's inauguration. Republican Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma weighs on candidate Trump becoming President Trump.
David Greene and Rachel Martin talk to Christopher Buckley, a former presidential speechwriter, about what it means to see Donald Trump become the de-facto head of the conservative movement.
David Greene and Rachel Martin talk to NPR's Scott Horsley about the new presidential agenda, and NPR's Pam Fessler who met up with protesters at the National Mall.
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Audio Cornish, Tamara Keith and Cory Turner about the crush of people trying to get through security checkpoints to find a place on the mall to witness the inauguration.