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Good morning. I'm David Greene. On big news days, it's so fun to look at the witty headlines in the tabloids. OK, cover of the New York Daily News, "Don Of A New Day." Don as in D-O-N for Trump.

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Spilled Skittles Turn Wisconsin Road Red

Jan 20, 2017

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We're going to turn back to Scott Horsley who is at the White House.

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Good morning. I'm David Greene. So we kind of have a rule on this program. We try not to talk about toilets or things you don't want to hear about at breakfast, but this is news.

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