Millions of people all around the world are eagerly awaiting the inauguration of Barack Obama - as he is sworn in as the 44th US president.
I really hope he can make a difference.
It is hard to know where to start with his predecessor's failings - George W Bush will certainly go down in history - but not always for the right reasons.
I'm sure he is planning a cosy get together with his old friend Mr Blair to go over old times. Oh to be a fly on the wall then.
Obama has managed to unite people in a way that hasn't been seen before in the US, but it is a lot of weight to carry on one set of shoulders.
Good luck to him I say, he has one hell of a challenge.
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