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Friday, Donald Trump was sworn-in as the 45th President of the United States, and he'll be taking office with some of the lowest approval numbers in recent history. But how are Nevadans feeling about Trump's inauguration? Reno Public Radio's Paul Boger has more.

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Many of Donald Trump’s comments about women made waves during this year’s presidential campaign.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick sat down with a local therapist who specializes in gender and human sexual issues to discuss Trump’s language on the campaign trail.

Marcus Lavergne

Nevada went blue, but America went red. Our News Director Michelle Billman explores what that could mean for the state with Seth Richardson. He's the political reporter for the Reno Gazette-Journal.

KUNR: First, Republican Donald Trump clinched the presidency even after most polls showed Clinton ahead near the end...what ultimately turned things around for his campaign?

Noah Glick

Hillary Clinton may have won the state of Nevada, but it was Republican Donald Trump who won the Presidential election.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick spoke with local Trump supporters at last night’s Washoe County GOP Viewing Party, where they touted their candidate billed as the ultimate outsider.

Nevada is shaping up to be a key battleground state that could determine the outcome of the Presidential race, as well as a key Senate seat.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick spoke with political analyst Precious Hall about where Nevada stands heading into this year’s election.

NG: Early voting have been released. Where do we stand on early voting? What have you seen so far?

Donald Trump Rushed Off Stage During Reno Rally Commotion

Nov 6, 2016

Donald Trump's weekend visit in Reno has received a lot of attention given the security scare that required Secret Service agents to whisk him off stage.  Trump's campaign manager is now saying without evidence that the protester involved in the disturbance was "a Democratic plant or operative." And although no weapons were involved, Trump's son Don Jr. has labeled it an "assassination attempt." Austyn Crites is the protestor and said yesterday (Sunday) that he went to the rally with a "Republicans Against Trump" sign of his own volition.

Robert Petersen

Republican U.S. Representative and Senate-hopeful Joe Heck recently dropped his support for Presidential nominee Donald Trump. That decision was scrutinized during last week’s debate between Heck and his democratic opponent Catherine Cortez Masto.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick has more.

Congressman Joe Heck was booed when he first told a crowd of supporters that he would not only not vote for Trump, but urged the candidate to step down.

During the only debate between the two candidates, hosted by KLAS in Las Vegas, Heck said the decision was personal.

Vice President Joe Biden stumped for Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Catherine Cortez Masto on Saturday in Reno, reminding voters that what happens in Nevada is critical. Reno Public Radio's Michelle Billman reports.

Biden spoke to several hundred people crowded into the gym at Wooster High School. He began by reminding them that Nevada may very well be the state that decides our next president.

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Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee Mike Pence held a rally in Reno Thursday and says his running mate, Donald Trump, will accept the results of the election.

But while addressing a crowd of hundreds at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, he didn't rule out a legal challenge.

"Of course we will accept a clear election result, but we also reserve the right to contest or file a legal challenge in the face of questionable results," he said to the crowd.

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump square off in the third presidential debate Wednesday night.

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