This Week in the World Affairs Brief:


As embattled President-Elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office, paid protestors are working to tarnish the traditional swearing in ceremony with public outbursts. Counter-protesters have also been assembling in an effort to counter the negative throng. I don’t think there has ever been two more contrasting and clashing administrations than what we are witnessing today. In his last few days in office, we have seen an increasingly obstinate Barack Obama throw slurs and warnings at Trump while trying to make as many changes as possible to obstruct and make things difficult for the incoming administration. Obama is going out with a flurry of executive orders and pardons, as Trump is beset by a barrage of false claims about Russian hacking that somehow made the election illegitimate. But Trump will be elected tomorrow on schedule and is not one to take Obama’s actions lying down. I fully expect him to sign a flurry of executive orders early next week that will undo much of the damage Obama has done during the past 8 years. To receive a one-time free sample copy of the brief, email us at editor at


  • More Problems for the Trump Administration
  • Obama Goes Wild on Pardons
  • National Grid Protection System Seriously Flawed
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