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HYANNIS — Exuberant Cape Cod Republicans celebrated the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States at events in Hyannis and Buzzards Bay on Friday night.

A celebration hosted by the Cape Cod Republican Club at Alberto’s Ristorante on Main Street in Hyannis, dubbed “The Elephant Roars & Do Not Forget the Art of the Deal,” drew 100 local Trump supporters — a sold-out crowd.

Many of the men at the festive affair wore tuxedos and women wore evening gowns. Data recovery hardware tools A band played patriotic and upbeat tunes as the inaugural parade was shown on a large-screen television.


Barnstable County Sheriff James Cummings, who won a fourth six-year term in November, initially supported New Jersey Gov. Os x data recovery Chris Christie in the presidential primary but backed Trump in the general election.

Cummings said he looked forward to not having the Washington “elite” run everything during the Trump presidency and hoped there could be a renewed focus on serving middle-class working people.

“I thought it was wonderful,” Matt Murphy, of Sandwich, who, like Trump, grew up in the New York City borough of Queens, said of the new president’s speech.

Peter Hughes, a Harwich selectman, said he appreciated the pomp and circumstance surrounding the transfer of power and hoped Trump could unify a divided nation by revving up the economy.

Linda Bond, of South Yarmouth, who ran unsuccessfully for Barnstable County commissioner in November, never wavered in her support for Trump.

“I never doubted him,” said Bond, wearing a Trump-Pence scarf. R studio data recovery download “I related it (the Trump campaign) to the wave of support that we saw when Scott Brown first ran for Senate. Data recovery western digital He (Trump) isn’t a politician, and that’s what I like. Top 5 data recovery software He’ll run the country like a business.”

As the clock struck 7 p.m. Data recovery mac Mark Alliegro, a former candidate for Congress, was shaking hands in a private room there. Database website Alliegro, who had provided commentary for a Boston TV station throughout the inauguration, was one of the about 100 people expected to celebrate Trump’s first day at the helm of the country.

“It was not what people call an eloquent speech, but it was a hard-nosed speech for hard times,” Alliegro said of Trump’s inaugural remarks. Data recovery denver He said he appreciated that the president reached out to the nation and called out government insiders.

“I’m just grateful that we have a person who believes in life issues,” she said. Data recovery galaxy s4 “From the beginning, the candidate I was for was Mr. R studio data recovery free full version Trump.”

Alice Zinkevich, who organized the event with Alliegro, said she hoped Trump would bring jobs back to America and that he would bring change.

“We know our country is hurting,” Zinkevich, a Bourne Town Republican Committee member, said. Data recovery equipment “We are sick of the Republican and Democratic insiders.”

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