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In January 2017, Hillary Clinton was inaugurated as president, and the Trumpist faction of the GOP was blamed for blowing an election Republicans could have won.
“Granting these franchises is a momentous decision for the City Council that should not be rushed, especially when a new council and new mayor are about to be inaugurated,” Gómez wrote in the memo.
If the vote comes before the Council before its newly elected officials are inaugurated, though, there will be just eight Council votes up for grabs.
“Granting these franchises is a momentous decision for the City Council that should not be rushed, especially when a new Council and a new Mayor are about to be inaugurated,” she wrote.
Originally scheduled to open in 2010 at a cost of €77 million, the facility was finally inaugurated in 2017, having cost a total of €866 million to build—almost all of which was paid for by Hamburg’s taxpayers.
Essentially, from the second he was inaugurated, he was running his re-election campaign and the majority of his spending online was on data acquisition.
Instead, she focused on what could be done by Obama, who had just been inaugurated.
We will review this restriction sometime after the next President of the United States has been inaugurated.
John Cantacuzenus, the historian of his own times, and a defender of the faith, inaugurated emperor of Constantinople.
He also inaugurated "an entirely new departure in the science of reed voicing."