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Happy Easter to ALL Friends – Readers – Followers as at 21:03: 15/04/17: HOLY FIRE DELIVERED FROM JERUSALEM TO MOSCOW – #AceNewsDesk reports – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Apr.16: It would not be Easter if at 21:03: the ‘ Holy Fire ‘ was not delivered from Jerusalem to Moscow every year … #AceNewsDesk reports …

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CHICAGO, Ohio. Pastor Clarifies: He Meant ‘Former’ Chicago Gang Leaders Want Trump Meeting NOT some of the top gang thugs in Chicago” who want to sit down to talk about “lowering the body count.” – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Feb.02: The pastor of a megachurch told President Trump at the White House today that he was contacted — as he put it — “by some of the top gang thugs in Chicago” who want to sit down to talk about “lowering the body count.”

WBBM spoke with the church pastor after his meeting with the president.

We asked Ohio pastor, Dr. Darrell Scott, why some of the top gang thugs in Chicago would contact him.

Well, let me clarify,” he said: “FORMER gang leaders. They’re still connected with the pulse of the streets. They still have their fingerprint and footprint in the community.”

Scott says the former gang leaders reached out to him through a mutual friend, whom he wouldn’t identify.

He says he doesn’t spend an extraordinary amount of time in Chicago.

But Scott says he will come here later this month and that he will bring boxer Floyd Mayweather with him, along with NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown, who founded a program called Amer-I-Can.

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LONDON: Thousands of people have descended on the streets on Sunday for the annual Chinese New Year parade which is considered the biggest of the new year celebrations held outside Asia – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Jan.29: Awesome pictures from London’s Chinese New Year Parade ‘ courtesy of Metro UK

Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
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Chinese New Year celebrations have officially kicked off in the capital.

154765717.jpg?crop=0px%2C0px%2C1886px%2C1413px&resize=150%2C113&quality=80&strip=all&ssl=1&w=100&h=75Chinese New Year Greetings to welcome in the Year of the Rooster

The colourful parade started at 10am this morning in Trafalgar Square and passed through some of London’s most well known areas such as Leicester Square, Charing Cross and, of course, Chinatown.

Expect to see a lot of awesome hand-crafted floats and Chinese lion and dragon dance performers for the rest of the day as Londoners gather to celebrate the year of the rooster.

Take a look at some of these awesome pictures from the parade:

Dancers perform a traditional dragon dance during the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Dancers perform a traditional dragon dance during the Chinese New Year parade in London (Picture: PA)
Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
Costumed performers take part in the parade to celebrate the Year of Rooster (Picture: WENN.com)
Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
The Chinese New Year parade in London is considered the biggest celebration outside of Asia. (Picture: WENN.com)

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8137350aj) Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Chinese New Year celebrations, New York, USA - 29 Jan 2017
The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association (Picture: Rex)
Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
The parade kicked off at 10am this morning (Picture: WENN.com)
© Licensed to London News Pictures. 29/01/2017. London, UK. A man in the parade wears a rooster costume, as the Chinese New Year parade takes place around Chinatown to celebrate the Year of the Rooster. Photo credit : Stephen Chung/LNP
A man in the parade wears a rooster costume as the Chinese New Year parade passes through Chinatown (Picture: London News Pictures)
Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
(Picture: WENN.com)

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Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 29 Jan 2017 Credit: Dinendra Haria/WENN.com
(Picture: WENN.com)
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8137350m) Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Chinese New Year celebrations, New York, USA - 29 Jan 2017
(Picture: Rex)
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8137350av) Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Chinese New Year celebrations, New York, USA - 29 Jan 2017
(Picture: Rex)
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8137350ah) Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Chinese New Year celebrations, New York, USA - 29 Jan 2017
(Picture: Rex)
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock (8137350at) Costumed performers take part in the Chinese New Year Parade in central London, along Charing Cross Road and Chinatown, with further celebrations in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Year of Rooster, the biggest celebration outside of Asia. The event is organised by London Chinatown Chinese Association. Chinese New Year celebrations, New York, USA - 29 Jan 2017
(Picture: Rex)

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A man takes a selfie with a performer during the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Dancers perform a traditional dragon dance during the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Dancers perform a traditional dragon dance during the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Dancers perform a traditional dragon dance during the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Performers await the start of the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Performers await the start of the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)
Performers prepare traditional lion costumes ahead of the start of the Chinese New Year parade in London, part of the Chinese New Year's celebrations to mark the beginning of the year of the Rooster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 29, 2017. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
(Picture: PA)

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WASHINGTON: On This Day 16:59: 20/01/17: US PRESIDENT-ELECT DONALD TRUMP TAKES OATH OF OFFICE AT INAUGURATION CEREMONY BECOMING 45TH PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES – #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Jan.20: As the work begins says Trump I will give America back to the PEOPLE

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By Steve Holland | WASHINGTON
Donald Trump began the ceremonial events leading up to his swearing-in later on Friday as the 45th president of the United States, as black-clad activists smashed windows in downtown Washington to protest his inauguration.

Trump and his vice president, Mike Pence, will take the oath of office at midday (1700 GMT) outside the domed U.S. Capitol, with U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts presiding. Organizers expected crowds of upwards of 900,000 people, including protesters.

Away from the Capitol, masked activists ran through the streets smashing store and car windows. They carried black anarchist flags and signs that said, “Join the resistance, fight back now.” Police used pepper spray and chased them down a major avenue, a Reuters eyewitness reported.

Trump, a Republican, will take power in a country divided after a bitter election campaign. He will set the country on a new, uncertain path at home and abroad.

“It all begins today!” he wrote in a note on Twitter at about 7:30 a.m. “I will see you at 11:00 A.M. for the swearing-in. THE MOVEMENT CONTINUES – THE WORK BEGINS!”

The West Front of the Capitol was teeming with dignitaries for the ceremony, including former President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary, who was defeated by Trump in the Nov. 8 election. A big cheer rang out from the crowd when she was introduced.

Former presidents George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter were also present with their wives. Bush’s father, former President George H.W. Bush, 92, was in Houston recovering from pneumonia.

Trump and his vice president, Mike Pence, began the day attending a prayer service at St. John’s Episcopal Church near the White House.

Trump, wearing a dark suit and red tie, and his wife, Melania, clad in a classic-styled, powder blue ensemble, then headed into the White House for a meeting with outgoing Democratic President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.

Streets near the president’s home were blocked to traffic by empty buses and dump trucks or temporary pedestrian security checkpoints. Checkpoints around the National Mall in front of the Capitol opened early to begin admitting guests. Some wore red caps bearing Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.

Trump, 70, takes office with work to do to bolster his image. During a testy transition period since his stunning November election win, the wealthy New York businessman and former reality TV star has repeatedly engaged in Twitter attacks against his critics, so much so that one fellow Republican, Senator John McCain, told CNN that Trump seemed to want to “engage with every windmill that he can find.”

An ABC News/Washington Post poll this week found only 40 percent of Americans viewed Trump favourably, the lowest rating for an incoming president since Democrat Carter in 1977, and the same percentage approved of how he has handled the transition. (abcn.ws/2jU9w63)

TRUMP’S AGENDA

His ascension to the White House, while welcomed by Republicans tired of Obama’s eight years in office, raises a host of questions for the United States.

Trump campaigned on a pledge to take the country on a more isolationist, protectionist path and has vowed to impose a 35 percent tariff on goods on imports from U.S. companies that went abroad.

His desire for warmer ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin and threats to cut funding for North Atlantic Treaty Organization nations has allies from Britain to the Baltics worried that the traditional U.S. security umbrella will be diminished.

In the Middle East, Trump has said he wants to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, at the risk of angering Arabs and stirring international concern. He has yet to sketch out how he plans to carry out a campaign pledge to “knock the hell out of” Islamic State militants.

The inaugural festivities may have a more partisan edge than usual, given Trump’s scorching campaign and continuing confrontations between him and Democrats over his take-no-prisoners Twitter attacks and pledge to roll back many of Obama’s policies.

More than 60 Democratic lawmakers plan to stay away from the proceedings to protest Trump, spurred on after he derided U.S. Representative John Lewis of Georgia, a hero of the civil rights movement, for calling him an illegitimate president.

Thousands of anti-Trump protesters were expected among the inauguration crowd and many demonstrators will participate in a “Women’s March on Washington” on Saturday. Protests are also planned in other cities in the United States and abroad.

Trump, whose November victory stunned the world, will start his presidency with a 20-minute inaugural address that he has been writing himself with the help of top aides.

“It will be optimistic. It will be visionary, but it’s going to be philosophical,” his spokesman, Sean Spicer, told NBC on Friday.

Keith Kidwell, chairman of the Republican Party in Beaufort County, North Carolina, was among the crowds on Friday, eager to see the start of the Trump presidency.

“I cling to my guns and my Bible. I’ve been waiting a long eight years for this day,” said Kidwell, adding he initially supported U.S. Senator Ted Cruz to be the Republican presidential nominee but was now squarely behind Trump.

QUICK ACTION

Trump’s to-do list has given Republicans hope that, since they also control the U.S. Congress, they can quickly repeal and replace Obama’s signature healthcare law, approve sweeping tax reform and roll back many federal regulations they say are stifling the U.S. economy.

“He’s going to inject a shock to the system here almost immediately,” Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway told Fox News.

Democrats, in search of firm political footing after the unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton, are planning to fight him at every turn. They deeply oppose Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric from the campaign trail and plans to build a wall along the southern U.S. border with Mexico.

Trump’s critics have been emboldened to attack his legitimacy because his win came in the Electoral College, which gives smaller states more clout in the outcome. He lost the popular vote to Clinton by about 2.9 million.

“Any time you don’t win the popular vote but you win by the Electoral College it makes people come unglued,” said presidential historian Douglas Brinkley. “It angers people that somebody can win the popular vote but you’re not president.”

Trump’s critics also point to the conclusion of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia used hacking and other methods during the campaign to try to tilt the election in the Republican’s favour. The president-elect has acknowledged the finding – denied by Moscow – that Russia was behind the hacking but said it did not affect the outcome of the election.

To his critics – including Obama who during the campaign called Trump temperamentally unfit for the White House – his straight talk can be jarring, especially when expressed in tweets. His supporters, many of them working-class whites, see Trump as a refreshingly anti-establishment figure who eschews political correctness.

“He’s here for the working man” supporter Adam Coletti of Plainfield, Connecticut, said as he headed toward the inauguration.

(Additional reporting by Jeff Mason, Richard Cowan, Ian Simpson, David Alexander, Susan Heavey, Roberta Rampton and Emily Stephenson; Editing by Frances Kerry) Reuters

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WASHINGTON: #InaugurationDay of Donald Trump as 45th President of America Live – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Jan.20: Inauguration of Donald Trump
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President-elect Donald Trump to arrive at US Capitol for swearing-in at 11:15am ET. Complete coverage live on FoxNews.com. LIVE BLOG: President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take oath of office 

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WASHINGTON: DAY ONE: Tens of thousands of law enforcement officers and miles of barriers were in place in Washington on Friday, as officials braced for hundreds of thousands of people planning to celebrate or protest Donald Trump’s inauguration as president of the United States – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Jan.20: Washington braces itself for MASSIVE PROTESTS as #police and security prepare for the 45th Inauguration of President of America .. God Bless America … Editor
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About 900,000 people were expected to pack central Washington, including the grassy National Mall facing the Capitol, where the New York businessman and former reality TV star will be sworn in, and the parade route along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.

A disparate group of liberal activists irked by comments by Trump about women, illegal immigrants and Muslims have planned protests throughout central Washington. Supporters of Trump, who has never before held elected office, were expected to pack the streets to cheer the man they see as bringing a fresh approach to politics and sparking economic growth.

One of the largest anti-Trump protests expected on Friday will be organised by the ANSWER Coalition, a broad-based liberal group, which expects to have thousands at the U.S. Navy Memorial, along the parade route.

It’s Day One“, we’re saying, of a larger era of resistance, and we believe we’re going to send a very powerful message to Trump and the government,” said Ben Becker, 33, an organizer with the group. “The Trump agenda is very comprehensive. It includes attacks on Muslims, immigrants, on women’s rights, on workers’ rights. So really, no matter what community you’re a part of, you have a stake in this fight.”

Trump supporters also flooded into the capital, many sporting baseball caps bearing his “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan.

Jackson Rouse, an 18-year-old high school senior from northeastern Arkansas, who skipped school to attend the inauguration with his father, expressed concern that several dozen Democratic congressmen and congresswomen planned to stay away from the inauguration in protest.

“I think he was voted in fairly and it was a fair election,” Rouse said. “I love Trump. I expect changes and I expect he’s going to do everything he said he was going to do.”

BIKERS, POTHEADS

Some of Friday’s protests will bring a carnival atmosphere, including a group of motorcyclists calling themselves Bikers for Trump, who will have to arrive at their parade route rally without their noisy bikes, and pro-marijuana activists who plan to hand out 4,200 joints to be lit up in violation of federal and local laws.

While Washington will be the focal point of the protests, anti-Trump activists have planned sympathy rallies around the nation and the world, with events planned for major U.S. cities, including Chicago and Los Angeles, and as far away as Sydney.

About 30 groups have obtained permits for protests they estimate will attract about 270,000 people on Friday and Saturday, far more than have been seen in other recent presidential inaugurations.

By far the largest protest is expected to be Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington, which some 200,000 people from around the United States are expected to attend.

The U.S. Secret Service, Washington police and other law enforcement agencies planned to have some 28,000 officers in place to secure the roughly three-square-mile (almost eight-square-kilometre) area of downtown Washington

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said police aimed to keep groups separate, using similar tactics as employed during last year’s political conventions.

A protest group known as Disrupt J20 has vowed to stage demonstrations at each of 12 security checkpoints and block access to the festivities on the grassy National Mall.

(Reporting by Scott Malone; Editing by Jonathan Oatis) Reuters

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