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Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Chairman's Global Dinner in Washington, D.C. Trump's speaking style is different than past presidents, it mimics stand-up comedy. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Comic Hero: Why Donald Trump's Candid Rhetoric Resonates With Supporters

Donald Trump's manner of speaking has caught the ears of supporters and detractors alike. He sounds different than past presidents, and his authentic rhetoric seems to mimic stand-up comedy.

Anne Logan Bass, a clinician at Planned Parenthood in Roanoke, Va., fears that misinformation and inaccurate information will make it harder for the nonprofit organization to do its job providing women's health services, including abortions. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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At A Virginia Planned Parenthood Clinic, Practitioners Worry For Their Patients

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The Halprins live in a house divided (politically): Marty supported Donald Trump, while Jessica supported Hillary Clinton. Courtesy of Jessica and Marty Halprin hide caption

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Deeply Divided Couple Learns How To Navigate Politics In Trump Era

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Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Chairman's Global Dinner in Washington, D.C. Trump's speaking style is different than past presidents, it mimics stand-up comedy. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Comic Hero: Why Donald Trump's Candid Rhetoric Resonates With Supporters

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Walter Shaub Jr., who heads the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, has been under attack for his tweets and statements about President-elect Donald Trump's conflicts of interest. U.S. Office of Government Ethics hide caption

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In U.S. Ethics Chief, An Unlikely Gadfly To Trump

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Former Texas governor Rick Perry had his confirmation hearing Thursday as President-elect Donald Trump's pick for secretary of energy. He said he no longer wants to get rid of the agency. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Rick Perry, Energy Nominee, Says He No Longer Wants To Dissolve Agency

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U.K. Independence Party co-founder Nigel Farage visited Donald Trump at Trump Tower days after the U.S. election. Trump suggested the British government appoint Farage to be the U.K.'s ambassador to Washington – advice Prime Minister Theresa May ignored. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Trump's Kindred Spirit, U.K.'s Nigel Farage, Will Be An Honored Guest Friday

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Empire and Star creator Lee Daniels at this year's Television Critics Association winter press tour. He says brilliant art may come from Donald Trump's victory. Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic hide caption

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Hollywood Grapples With TV In The Age Of Trump

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